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Sunday, August 24, 2008
Around the AFC East: Jets offense flags
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Steve Serby of the New York Post sees
reasons for alarm with the Jets offense
, calling it "Favre from perfect" in Saturday night's victory over the Giants.
New York Times reporter Judy Battista writes about the
Jets' lack of discipline
Rich Cimini writes for the New York Daily News that "In 24 plays, the
Favre-led offense managed only 116 net yards
Newsday writer Bob Glauber
tackles a series of subjects
stemming from Saturday night.
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Dave Hutchinson writes about
CB Justin Miller's foot injury
among other notes.
Buffalo News writer Mark Gaughan previews tonight's
matchup between the Bills' defense and the Colts' offense
Buffalo News columnist Larry Felser writes
the Bills caught a break
when they couldn't trade QB J.P. Losman.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle columnist Bob Matthews looks ahead to the Bills' season opener and sees
a vulnerable opponent.
The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette checks in with
how rookie WR James Hardy's adjusting
to the NFL.
Miami Herald reporter Barry Jackson talks to
QB Chad Pennington about that noodle-arm reputation
Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda would've liked to see
a more dynamic Dolphins offense
despite Saturday night's 24-0 preseason victory over the Chiefs.
Ethan J. Skolnick of the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel was encouraged by
which players made a difference
Palm Beach Post reporter Ben Volin leads off his game notebook with
Ted Ginn's 59-yard punt return for a TD
Mike Phillips of the Miami Herald writes about
how TE Anthony Fasano is fitting in
with his new team.
New England Patriots
Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald
reviews the winners and losers
from Friday night's loss that dropped the Patriots to 0-3.
Boston Globe reporter Michael Vega broaches the possibility
QB Tom Brady might not play a down
in the preseason.
Vega also takes a second look at
how well QB Matt Gutierrez performed