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Issues might be an understatement, considering how easy a time the Browns had in catching Edwards' passes.
Edwards' first attempt was batted by defensive tackle Shaun Rogers, who was triple-teamed at the line of scrimmage. The ball floated into the hands of linebacker Kamerion Wimbley.
The next interception came when Edwards attempted to hit James Hardy over the middle only to have linebacker Andra Davis reach back and catch the pass.
Interception No. 3 came on a third-and-1 at the Bills 10, when Edwards never looked away from tight end Robert Royal, allowing cornerback Brandon McDonald to easily jump in front of the pass.
Credit the Bills' defense for limiting the Browns to three field goals off four turnovers, including a lost fumble by running back Fred Jackson. But it's becoming apparent that Buffalo's defenders aren't happy with the additional work.
Defensive tackle Kyle Williams twice noted the turnovers as cause for concern following the game. Williams did add that the defense also wasn't generating enough turnovers of its own -- having managed just three takeaways (two fumbles and an interception) in the past four games.
"The bad thing about it is, the games that we've lost, we played terrible, giving the ball away, not taking it away, not making the plays when we need to," Williams said. "It's frustrating for everybody. It's frustrating to watch."
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