Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Morning take: Beck returns to Miami
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
Morning take: Beck was once considered the future quarterback of the Dolphins. But that didn't work out. Now, Beck has a chance to show his former team that he's an improved players.
- Former Dolphins draft pick John Beck will make his return to Miami as the Washington Redskins starting quarterback.
Morning take: Yes, this article is exactly right. Missed draft picks have prevented New England from replenishing defensive talent that was lost from its glory years. The ceiling for this unit just isn’t very high.
Morning take: If you guessed cornerback Antonio Cromartie, you guessed right. “Cro” has six penalties in eight games. The Jets hope that number decreases in the second half of the season.
Morning take: Now that he's officially out for the season, Williams has to get the proper rehab and come back 100 percent next year. He's a great player, when healthy, and one building block in Buffalo's defense.
- What's next for Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams?