Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
'Nightmare come true' is the headline the Boston' Globe's sports page. Here's Christopher L. Gasper's story about QB Tom Brady's left knee injury.
Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan writes we shouldn't be shocked Brady got hurt. This is football, after all.
The Boston Herald's John Tomase writes the Patriots can't win the Super Bowl without Brady.
Chiefs S Bernard Pollard doesn't think he has anything to be sorry for, Dan Duggan writes for the Boston Herald.
Providence Journal reporter Robert Lee writes QB Matt Cassel is ready to take over for Brady.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan writes DT Marcus Stroud looked like a difference-maker in Sunday's season-opening victory over the Seahawks.
The Buffalo News' Bob DiCesare couldn't get RB Marshawn Lynch to talk to him.
Leo Roth of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle grades the Bills' performance.
D&C columnist Scott Pitoniak raves about the Bills' special teams, which directly produced two touchdowns and set up another.
Words can't describe Roscoe Parrish's 65-yard punt return, but Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson gives it a shot.
Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel writes the honeymoon is over for the new Dolphins.
Despite all the preseason excitement, Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda sees the same old Dolphins.
Greg Cote of the Miami Herald sends out an APB for WRs Ted Ginn, Derek Hagan and Ernest Wilford.
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero questions the Dolphins for not going to RBs Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown in the second half.
Andy Kent of MiamiDolphins.com breaks down the disappointing season opener.
New York Jets
New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers writes about the AFC East's shift of power with Brady out.
Daily News reporter Rich Cimini breaks down Brett Favre's first game as a Jet.
New York Post columnist Mike Vaccaro writes Jets coach Eric Mangini nearly gave away the game.
Greg A. Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes Favre was the same old Brett in his Jets debut.
WR Laveranues Coles explains why he didn't speak to reporters for a month, writes Bob Glauber of Newsday
CB Derrelle Revis was overlooked -- but not overthrown -- in the Jets' victory, Newsday reporter Erik Boland writes.