Edwards keeps coughing it up and costing Bills

Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Ralph Wilson Stadium is awfully quiet.

The Buffalo Bills were about to put a few points on the board -- at least three of them -- after defensive back Drew Coleman fell down to let Roscoe Parrish make a third-and-16 conversion.

But Trent Edwards, under pressure, threw an interception that safety Abram Elam returned 92 yards for a touchdown, giving the Jets a 13-7 lead at the start of the second quarter.

Edwards also fumbled in the first quarter to set up a Jets field goal and has committed four turnovers -- two interceptions, two fumbles -- in a two-quarter span, including last week's loss to the Miami Dolphins.

The Bills also recovered an Edwards fumble in the fourth quarter against Miami for what turned out to be a safety.