Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC East:
Is it too early to worry about the Miami Dolphins after two subpar preseason games?
Morning take: I don't like to overrate the preseason, but the Dolphins are pretty much showing what I expected. I predicted Miami won't win more than six games this year, because there are too many holes. The Dolphins have yet to prove otherwise.
The Buffalo Bills also are winless in the preseason, but they look ahead to a big week.
Morning take: Their third preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is the "dress rehearsal" game. This is Buffalo's last chance to get in a lot of work before facing the New York Jets in the regular-season opener.
Will Jets safety LaRon Landry get fined for his hit Saturday night on Giants receiver Victor Cruz?
Morning take: The play was not dirty. Landry was just trying to make a big hit, which he is known for. But it’s hard to pinpoint what the league does with fines, so it’s always possible.
New England Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd continues to work with quarterback Tom Brady.
Morning take: It's important that both players get their chemistry down. This could be a top deep threat in the AFC East.