Bills coach Jauron decides Edwards should start again at QB

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills are going back to quarterback Trent Edwards, who will start against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday after he missed two games with a concussion.

Bills coach Dick Jauron said Wednesday that Edwards has "earned the right" to start after Buffalo's offense continued to struggle under backup Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Bills (3-5) opened the season 1-4 under Edwards before he sustained his second concussion in a little over a year during a 16-13 overtime victory over the New York Jets.

Fitzpatrick rallied the Bills to beat the Jets, then went 1-1 in two starts. Buffalo's offense has sputtered for the past six games and ranks among the worst in the NFL.

Edwards has been cleared to play after three weeks of rest, including the team's bye last week.

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