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Friday, December 12, 2008
Around the AFC East: Mangini on the spot
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Sam Borden of the Journal News writes head coach Eric Mangini, "as much as anyone,
is on the line now.
Not just for this season but for his entire Jets career."
Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News looks into
Mangini's softer philosophy
on late-season practices.
Newsday reporter Erik Boland writes Magini won't give tight end
Dustin Keller any more rookie leeway
New York Post reporter Brian Costello takes a look at the Jets'
problems at converting third downs
Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News examines how the Bills can go
22 possessions without a touchdown
The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle's Sal Maiorana agrees with owner Ralph Wilson: The
Bills don't have the talent
D&C columnist Bob Matthews writes third-string quarterback
Gibran Hamdan deserves a look
if J.P. Losman struggles.
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson assembles an array of voices for
an interesting overview of the Dolphins
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly writes the Dolphins have
released cornerback Michael Lehan
David J. Neal of the Miami Herald looks at the
Dolphins' paltry turnover total
MiamiDolphins.com writer Andy Kent writes about
being an NFL defensive lineman
in homage to Bob Baumower and Doug Betters, who will be added to the team's Honor Roll on Sunday.
New England Patriots
Vince Wilfork intends to soldier on
, writes Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian.
Providence Journal reporter Shalise Manza Young gauges the locker-room response to
quarterback Matt Cassel's return
after the death of his father.
Lawrence Eagle-Tribune writer Bill Burt finds
Raider Nation is alive and kicking
-- and has a long memory about the tuck rule.