Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald says Dolphins (0-3) owner Stephen Ross deserves blame for the team's woes.
Morning take: Owners, coaches and players contributed to Miami's awful start. But in the NFL, coaches are first on the chopping block. That is why Tony Sparano finds himself on the hot seat.
Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis says the Jets are more than good trash-talkers, Ian Begley of ESPNNewYork writes.
Morning take: The Jets are really good trash-talkers, but so is this week's opponent: the Baltimore Ravens. Will both sides stay quiet and just play football? Probably not.
Judy Battista of the New York Times takes a look at the undefeated Buffalo Bills (3-0) and Detroit Lions (3-0).
Morning take: Everyone knew Detroit had talent but needed to stay healthy. But few expected Buffalo's fast start with its cast of unknowns.
ESPN NFL analyst Tedy Bruschi writes the New England Patriots' defense needs to adjust to fast-break football.
Morning take: This is a great point by Bruschi. The two games I watched the Patriots in person, they had trouble against the Bills and Dolphins when opponents fell behind and sped up the tempo.