Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News sorts out how the Jets plan to deal with the loss of nose tackle Kris Jenkins.
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Manish Mehta traces linebacker Bart Scott's trash-talking roots back to his fascination with pro wrestling as a child.
Roderick Boone of Newsday takes a look at receiver David Clowney's emergence in the Jets' offense.
Buffalo News reporter Jay Skurski surveys the Bills' locker room to see how Terrell Owens is handling his season behind closed doors.
Leo Roth of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle wishes minimum-wage left tackle Demetrius Bell good luck win keeping $16.7 million pass-rusher Julius Peppers away from Ryan Fitzpatrick.
The Carolina Panthers are concerned about their lousy special teams going up against the historically dangerous Bills return units.
Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal detects some resentment when asking the Dolphins about how good the Saints are.
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson wants to know what happened to safety Yeremiah Bell, who has followed up a fine season with a pedestrian 2009 so far.
Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel explores the possibilities of a defense that can use pass-rushers Jason Taylor, Joey Porter and Cameron Wake at the same time.
New England Patriots
Monique Walker of the Boston Globe notes the myriad logistical issues of moving a franchise to London for the weekend.
Boston Herald reporter Dan Duggan writes about the Patriots' wise decision to keep BenJarvus Green-Ellis on their active roster out of camp.
WEEI.com's Christopher Price writes "Half a world away from Gillette Stadium, [Adalius] Thomas will hit a career crossroads on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Fair or not, the 32-year-old linebacker will be measured by how he responds to the events of last weekend."