Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Are the Miami Dolphins thinking playoffs after their .500 start?
Morning take: I would slow down on any playoff talk for now in the AFC East. Miami has to focus on beating the New York Jets first and foremost.
Do the Jets lack an identity on offense?
Morning take: The Jets want to ground and pound, but it can’t be that simple every week. Quarterback Mark Sanchez did a good job throwing, but rarely does that equal wins for New York.
New England Patriots Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski is one of the NFL’s most liked players, according to Forbes.
Morning take: There is something very likeable about “Gronk.” He lives by the beat of his own drum and happens to be a great player.
Could the Bills get an alternate, $1.4 billion stadium site in downtown Buffalo?
Morning take: This is interesting, because it counters the plan the Bills have to get more than $200 million in renovations to Ralph Wilson Stadium. Could this work or is this just a distraction? Time is running short.