Morning take: Jets grounded and pounded

October, 10, 2011
10/10/11
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East: Morning take: The Jets played better this week. But expectations are too high for this team to accept moral victories. New York has a good chance to get back on track next Monday against the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: Hernandez’s numbers are a little deceiving. He drew two penalties that gave New England additional yards. His only mistake was a drop in the end zone before halftime that led to a Jets interception.
Morning take: I give the Bills a B+. Buffalo could have played better in the fourth quarter and allowed fewer yards defensively. But the Bills controlled most of the game against a team that, on paper, has a lot more star power.
Morning take: Ted Ginn Jr., John Beck and Pat White are among the recent draft busts in Miami. The Dolphins have missed on enough first- and second-round picks to where it's caught up to the organization.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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