Many people may are upset that the Buffalo Bills will go with their current roster of quarterbacks into the 2010 regular season.
However, sometimes the right choice is the unpopular thing to do.
Chan Gailey has a history of making quarterbacks better than what they are.
The latest example of that is the season that Miami Dolphin quarterback Tyler Thigpen had when he was the Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback in 2008 when Gailey was the offensive coordinator.
Bills quarterback Trent Edwards has shown that he can be an elite level quarterback, but somewhere along the ways he got screwed up by former Bills head coach Dick Jauron and his staff.
The Bills also have quarterback Brian Brohm who is an unknown commodity, but is very talented.
For people to sit there and call him a practice squad quarterback after only starting one game is just asinine.
The fact of the matter is that the Bills have become dangerously thin at offensive tackle with Brad Butler retiring.
In the end all of this will be forgotten if the Bills become a winner in 2010.