By Jay Skurski
DETROIT -- The Bills finish off the preseason tonight here in Ford Field against the Lions.
In today's print edition, Mark Gaughan provided a good position-by-position analysis of where the Bills stand the day before the cutdown to 53.
With that in mind, here are a few battles worth watching tonight:
The No. 5 (and 6?) receiver:Marcus Easley likely needs the best game of his professional career to make it.Naaman Roosevelt has had a great camp, but he's limited in his special teams ability. Derek Hagan and Ruvell Martin are both veterans hoping to hang on. They could all be chasing just one job.
The No. 2 quarterback: The job is Tarvaris Jackson's, the question is how quickly can he get up to speed in the offense. Watching how comfortable Jackson looks in his snaps gives the second half some appeal.
Kirk Morrison v. Scott McKillop: The loser of this battle for middle linebacker is likely out of a job. Can McKillop's special teams prowess win him a job? Morrison's versatility as a backup might be his ticket to a roster spot.
Can John Potter stay perfect?The Bills' kickoff specialist gets the advantage of playing in his second dome of the preseason. He'll have to keep intact that streak of touchbacks.