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Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Around the AFC East: Jets bring heat to Miami
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Edgar Thompson of the Palm Beach Post previews the
defensive attack the Jets will bring to Land Shark Stadium
on Monday night.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly asks offensive linemen
what it will take to keep the Jets' defense away
from Chad Henne.
Dolphins' run game got a jolt from playing the Bills
, writes Miami Herald reporter Jeff Darlington.
Sun-Sentinel reporters Juan Ortega and Mike Berardino chronicle
the arrest of practice-squad defensive back Will Billingsley
for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.
In his 10 observations about the Bills, Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan thinks
they should junk the no-huddle offense
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle writers Sal Maiorana and Leo Roth discuss whether the Bills can overcome the
inherent problems in the organizational DNA
Although head coach
Dick Jauron seems intent to fall on his sword
, Maiorana thinks daggers should be dispensed throughout the locker room.
Buffalo Bills reporter Jay Skurski takes a look at
Buffalo's woes trying to convert third downs
Niagara Gazette sports editor Tim Schmitt throws his
support behind Fred Jackson to be the feature back
New England Patriots
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian examines
the reasoning behind bringing Junior Seau back
ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss notes
how roughing the passer has played a role
for and against the Patriots this year.
Shalise Manza Young of the Providence Journal takes a look at the
versatility Sammy Morris is providing the backfield
Ravens coach John Harbaugh
suggests officials gave Tom Brady preferential treatment
, Boston Globe reporter Michael Vega writes.
New York Jets
New York Times reporter Greg Bishop describes
the Jets' reaction to their first defeat
and explains how they intend to handle it.
New York Post columnist Steve Serby foretells a
big rebound for Mark Sanchez after his first NFL defeat
Tara Sullivan of the Bergen Record writes
Sanchez's teammates are picking up their boy
after a tough loss.
New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro notices a lift in the Jets' locker room
with the return of outside linebacker Calvin Pace
A couple of report cards
and the Bergen Record's