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Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Around the AFC East: Jets offense under fire
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers wants the
shackles taken off
QB Brett Favre.
Rich Cimini of the Daily News writes the Jets "have developed
an identity crisis
New York Times reporter Greg Bishop points to the Jets'
first drive of the second half
as their most significant missed opportunity.
New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro offers
on Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Jane McManus of the Journal News writes about the Jets'
inability to let Favre be Favre
The New York Post goes with a headline that hits a
little too close to home
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan detects
QB Trent Edwards is a natural
Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports the Bills are
trying to keep calm
about their 2-0 start.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana looks at
RB Fred Jackson's value
to the offense.
The D&C's Leo Roth and Maiorana discuss
the allure of Edwards
Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda writes the Dolphins
still have a dearth of talent
Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal writes about coach
Tony Sparano's sleepless nights
still were smarting
about Sunday's loss a day later, writes Andy Kent of MiamiDolphins.com.
New England Patriots
Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper credits the
Patriots' special teams
for Sunday's victory over the Jets.
Despite criticism over the years, Patriots WR Randy Moss might be
the Pats' new leader
, writes Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian.
Rich Thompson of the Boston Herald talks with OLB Adalius Thomas about his
Providence Journal reporter Robert Lee takes a look at the RBs after Sunday's
effective by-committee performance