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Quinn's second start: After waiting a season and a half on the sidelines, Brady Quinn did not disappoint in his first career start last Thursday, completing 23 of 35 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns. Quinn put his team in position to win by demonstrating an ability to move outside of the pocket and execute a game plan of short and intermediate throws -- all with just three days to prepare for the Broncos. With 10 days to study the Bills, look for the Browns to open up the playbook and allow Quinn to do even more.
Winslow's awakening: It was a tale of two halves last week for Kellen Winslow, Cleveland's mercurial tight end. Winslow caught a career-high two touchdowns in the first half, then killed three drives in the second half with an interference penalty, a fumble, and a dropped pass on fourth down. Look for Winslow to shake off the mistakes and continue to build on the chemistry he displayed with Quinn in the first half.
Edwards' errors: It's hard to put a finger on exactly what has gone wrong for the Bills, losers of four of their last five, following a promising 4-0 start. Some of the blame has to go to second-year QB Trent Edwards, who is showing some of the inconsistency that plagued him much of his rookie season. Edwards opened the season with six touchdowns and two interceptions in his first six games, but has since thrown two touchdowns and five interceptions in his last three.