AFC East: Buffalo News
September, 30, 2008
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
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 thus far.
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.
- Cannizzaro 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.
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