Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
Boston Globe reporter Mike Reiss convenes a roundtable of NFL experts to discuss the Patriots.
Solomon Wilcots tells the Boston Herald's Karen Guregian the whispers about Randy Moss dogging it might be premature.
Providence Journal columnist Jim Donaldson feels no sympathy for the Patriots -- or the Red Sox, for that matter.
Buffalo News writer Allen Wilson takes a look at where the defense ranks after three weeks.
USA Today's Larry Weisman warns fans of 3-0 teams not to assume their teams are in the playoffs.
Palm Beach Post reporter Brian Biggane writes we don't have to wonder anymore when Ronnie Brown will be completely back from knee surgery.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde examines the origins of the Wildcat offense.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald takes a look at how outside linebacker Joey Porter is thriving on the weak side.
New York Jets
New York Times reporter Greg Bishop checks in with outside linebacker Calvin Pace as he prepares to play his old team for the first time.
Newsday columnist Johnette Howard writes "the Jets' two straight losses have kick-started some creeping doubt about [Eric] Mangini even more than it has about [Brett] Favre."
Bergen Record writer J.P. Pelzman wonders if the 1-2 Jets' psyche is more injured than Favre's ankle.
Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post reviews the events that led to punter Ben Graham's release and return.