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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Around the AFC East: Brady settles on surgeon
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
Boston Globe cohorts Mike Reiss and Christopher L. Gasper team up to report
Tom Brady has chosen a doctor in Los Angeles
for knee surgery, and it will be done soon.
The Patriots could be
a sack-happy bunch
against the 49ers, Gasper writes.
Christopher Price of Metro Boston News writes the Patriots
should know how to defense a Mike Martz offense
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian writes the 49ers could present "
the perfect get-back-on-the-horse proposition
for the Pats."
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan says the Bills
have made him downright giddy
. I know Sully. That's not easy
Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News
breaks down Sunday's victory
over the Rams.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana points out linebacker
Paul Posluszny is playing like a vet
after just 6 1/2 games.
Democrat & Chronicle teammates Leo Roth and Maiorana discuss
what the Bills must do to keep it going
David Staba of Buffalo Artvoice takes a look at
what 4-0 has meant in Bills history
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero checks in with Ricky Williams to find out
how the running back spent his bye week
Palm Beach Post reporter Brian Biggane notes the
Dolphins haven't won two straight games
since November 2006.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly looks into
how the Dolphins have stayed so healthy
New York Jets
Associated Press reporter Dennis Waszak Jr. details Jets safety
Eric Smith's helmet-to-helmet hit
on Cardinals receiver Anquan Boldin and the NFL's response.
New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini notes the Jets are
victorious heading into a bye
for the first time in four years.
Mark Cannizzaro from the New York Post writes
Brett Favre is twice as good
as the Jets previous two quarterbacks put together.
grades out the Jets' performance
against the Cardinals.
Running back Jesse Chatman is back
after serving a four-game suspension, and to make room the
Jets cut punter Ben Graham