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Thursday, November 5, 2009
Around the AFC East: Brady staying clean
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
Albert R. Breer of the Boston Globe notes
Tom Brady is on pace for the fewest sacks of his career
, indicating his mobility is back where it needs to be.
WEEI.com's Christopher Price writes about Joey Porter's
long memory when it comes to the Spygate scandal
Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport breaks down the
Patriots' bipolar offense through the first half
of the season.
Terrell Owens was feeling a little playful
before heading into his bye weekend, Buffalo News reporter Mark Gaughan writes.
Olean Times Herald sports editor Chuck Pollock finds the Bills' defense has been
better than many are willing to give credit
Palm Beach Post columnist Dave George sees more
similarities between Chad Henne and Brady
than the fact they were Michigan Wolverines.
Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal highlights the recent
contributions of defensive linemen Paul Soliai and Randy Starks
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel takes a look at the recent play of
oft-overlooked nickel back Nate Jones
New York Jets
Clark Judge of CBSSports.com
reviews the biggest NFL trades
, including the ones that brought Mark Sanchez to the Jets and Matt Cassel to the Chiefs, to determine which team got the better end of the deal.
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Dave Hutchinson takes
a look around as the Jets enjoy their week off