Losman has strong supporting cast

J.P. Losman is going to make some mistakes, but he also will add a new dimension to Buffalo's offense.

Updated: August 22, 2005, 12:26 PM ET
By Michael Smith | ESPN.com
PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Here are five observations on the Buffalo Bills, based on their Aug. 17 practice:

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Like all inexperienced quarterbacks, J.P. Losman is going to make mistakes. He's also going to make a lot of plays for the Bills.

From Drew Bledsoe to Losman. Talk about opposite ends of the mobility spectrum. Losman is going to be a weapon for Mike Mularkey, especially on third downs. Defensive ends and outside linebackers, worrying about Willis McGahee, are going to forget to stay at home on the back side and honor the bootleg action, and Losman is going to make them pay.


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Michael Smith

NFL Senior Writer
Michael Smith joined ESPN in July 2004 as a National Football League senior writer for ESPN.com, covering league news and major events such as the NFL Draft, NFL Playoffs and the Super Bowl, and continues to write breaking news stories. He is also a correspondent for E:60, ESPN's first multi-themed prime-time newsmagazine program, which debuted October 2007.

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