Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis still is incensed about letting Ted Ginn get behind him for a touchdown three weeks ago, New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro writes.
Tara Sullivan of the Bergen Record analyzes the acquisition of return man Justin Miller and his potential impact.
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Dave Hutchinson runs down all the roles Danny Woodhead can perform for the Jets.
Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson checks in with running back Fred Jackson, who's had a decreased offensive role since Marshawn Lynch returned.
Leo Roth of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle takes a gander at the unusually sloppy play of Bobby April's special teams.
BuffaloRumblings.com's Brian Galliford notes defensive end Chris Kelsay is having the best year of his career.
Carlos Frias of the Palm Beach Post reviews Jason Taylor's impressive return season so far.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Mike Berardino revisits the foundry of safety Yeremiah Bell's strength.
Fullback Lousaka Polite playing like he's trying to avoid the unemployment line, writes Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal.
New England Patriots
Albert R. Breer of the Boston Globe writes how Brandon Meriweather is coming into his own as a top safety.
Christopher Price of WEEI.com presents an appreciation of what Wes Welker has meant to the Patriots' offense.
Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport explains what goes into a team's bye-week inventory.