Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Greg Bishop of the New York Times writes about the uncommon maturity of rookie Mark Sanchez.
The Jets are downplaying the revelation Sanchez has tendinitis in his knee, writes Roderick Boone from Newsday.
New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini writes the Jets' touted offensive line doesn't think it has played up to its internal expectations.
New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro looks at what it will take to get the ground game moving.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Leo Roth gives a glimpse inside Donte Whitner's emotional world.
Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams returns to Buffalo for the first time since he was fired as head coach, writes Brian Allee-Walsh of the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson breaks down the tight end depth chart after Derek Schouman's season-ending injury.
Former Bills cornerback Jabari Greer is looking forward to his homecoming Sunday, Wilson writes.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde asks: What is the greatest play in Dolphins history?
First Tony Gonzalez got behind them. Then Dallas Clark. David J. Neal of the Miami Herald wonders how the Dolphins will stop Antonio Gates.
Palm Beach Post reporter Carlos Frias addresses the shoddy play of safety Gibril Wilson on Monday night.
New England Patriots
Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport takes a look at the status of receiver Wes Welker's knee.
Providence Journal reporter Shalise Manza Young tries to figure of why Tom Brady and Joey Galloway can't develop any chemistry.
The Patriots need to do to Matt Ryan what the Jets did to Brady, notes Boston Globe reporter Monique Walker.