Someone has to throw the ball.

Kevin Kolb is dealing with a concussion after getting kneed in the back of the head in the preseason game against Washington this weekend. Sources say that the Bills are worried this might be the end of the road for Kolb.

So, the Buffalo Bills took action Sunday, first by signing free agent QB Matt Leinart. He's 30, and he spent last season as a backup with the Oakland Raiders after two seasons with the Houston Texans and four with the Arizona Cardinals, who drafted him 10th overall in 2006.

The Bills also traded with Detroit for QB Thaddeus Lewis, who's been with the St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns during his career.

Let's hope these are good moves since the tailgaters are already not happy with the new drinking rules at the Ralph.