Edwards will have a run for his money

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The Buffalo Bills signed quarterback Brian Brohm off the Green Bay Packers practice squad in hopes of turning around his career.

With the Bills new head coach Chan Gailey having an open competition at quarterback Brohm is going to give fellow quarterback Trent Edwards a run for his money.

According to Carrier-Journal, via ESPN’s Tim Graham, “I’ve had two years in the NFL to get used to everything and get myself prepared,” Brohm said. “I feel like I can fully compete for this starting job. I feel like I’m ready to take charge out there. We’ll see what happens. But I feel like I’m at a position where I’ll be able to put my best foot forward and make a legitimate run at the starting job,” said Brohm.

Brohm was a second round draft pick for a reason and that being he has the skills it takes to be a franchise quarterback.

However, what has held him back is his confidence, which he admitted in an interview, but has learned his lesson from his tumultuous time with the Green Bay Packers.

In the end, it looks like training camp is shaking up to be real interesting.

Enough of the blaming

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It has been a little over five months since the Superbowl was last played where the Indianapolis Colts lost to the New Orleans Saints.

If the Colts want to make it back to the Superbowl the blaming has to stop.

Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star wrote an article on running back Mike Hart and took a look back at his two carries.

Essentially, it laid blame right at Hart for not making a 3rd and 1 late in the first half.

The fact of the matter is that it is done with and over there is no going back and changing things and if they Colts expect to make it to the Superbowl again this year they need to focus on the upcoming season.

There is no greater example of that than the Buffalo Bills in the 1990’s as they lost four straight Superbowls, but after each one was done they forgot about the previous one and moved in.

In the end, enough is enough move one already.