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Monday, September 29, 2008
Around the AFC East: Bills can finish
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
ESPN.com's Jeffri Chadiha reminds us
it's not how you start
, but how you finish.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan writes the Bills "pulled together, maintained their composure, and
made the plays, both big and small
, to pull off another comeback win."
Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News writes the Bills
needed to taste their own blood
before they woke up.
Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
grades out the Bills by position
The Toronto Star's Garth Woolsey weighs in on
Sunday's comeback victory
New York Jets
New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers writes the Jets "
would have lost all credibility
" had they lost to the Cardinals at home.
New York Post columnist Steve Serby writes about Brett Favre's
magical, six-touchdown day
USA Today's Tom Pedulla details
the developing relationship
between Laveranues Coles and the Jets.
Johnette Howard of Newsday finally saw the Jets'
offseason moves come together
Newsday reporter Erik Boland
grades out the Jets by position
The Naples Daily News carries the sad tale of Dolphins lineman Kirk Barton on the
anniversary of his best friend's death
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero tries to recall the
last time the Dolphins out-coached another team
before beating the Patriots in Week 3.
Palm Beach Post reporter Brian Biggane takes a look at the
emergence of tight end Anthony Fasano
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Harvey Fialkov
wonders if the Wildcat's success
will encourage other teams to try the single-wing offense.
New England Patriots
Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe writes that
a bye usually translates into a victory
the following weekend for Bill Belichick.
Boston Herald writer Karen Guregian crunches
the Patriots' offensive numbers
, and they're not pretty.