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Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Around the AFC East: Bills O works without Turk
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Olean Times Herald sports columnist Chuck Pollock notes
the move to fire offensive coordinator Turk Schonert
10 days before the season opener has worked so far.
Jonah Bronstein of the Niagara Gazette looks back on
Fred Jackson's improbable journey
from Coe College to top-five NFL rusher.
Buffalo News reporters Mark Gaughan and Jay Skurski provide
a look at the Bills' roster additions
Brian Galliford of BuffaloRumblings.com takes a gander at
how the Bills' pass defense will fare against Drew Brees
and the Saints.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Ethan J. Skolnick writes the Dolphins "
just ended Sparano's extended honeymoon
, one that lasted an unusually long time in modern sporting times."
Miami Herald columnist Greg Cote examines the
third-and-6 play that could have set the tone
for a different ending Monday night.
Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post breaks down the
confusing final 3:13 for Miami's offense
On "The Fifth Down" blog at NYTimes.com, Andy Barall pays
tribute to Monte Clark, the offensive line coach
who helped pave the way for Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Mercury Morris.
New England Patriots
ESPNBoston's Mike Reiss analyzes Tuesday's
acquisition of depth linebacker Prescott Burgess
Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper takes a look at
how the Patriots will defend Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez
without Rodney Harrison.
Quincy Patriot Ledger reporter Glen Farley notes Tom Brady is on
pace to throw an NFL-record 800 times
WEEI.com's Kerry Byrne implores the Patriots to
limit passing and start handing off more
New York Jets
Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post dares you to
name the star of Sunday's victory over the Patriots
New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini tempers excitement with a
checklist of items the Jets can do better
J.P. Pelzman of the Bergen Record writes the Jets are
trying to keep themselves grounded
after their sensational 2-0 start.
Newsday's Roderick Boone takes notice of
defensive back Donald Strickland's contributions