Around the AFC East: 0-3 Pats not panicking
August, 23, 2008
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
- For Patriots fans ready to curl into a fetal poisiton, Eric Mchugh of the Quincy (Mass.) Patriot Ledger has a soothing mantra for you.
- Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper writes the Patriots aren't in a tizzy over their 0-3 record: "Right now, as far as we're concerned we're 0-3 in the preseason," CB Ellis Hobbs said, "but we're still 0-0."
- Boston Globe writer Mike Reiss saw "breakdowns in seemingly every area" of Friday night's 27-17 loss to the Eagles.
- The Patriots can't seem to figure out how to win without Tom Brady, writes Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald.
- Matt Gutierrez's impressive second-half performance leads off Guregian's notebook from Friday night's defeat.
- Olean Times-Herald sports editor Chuck Pollock checks in with healthy MLB Paul Posluszny.
- Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle gets caught up the DE Chris Kelsay, who's trying to rebound from a disappointing 2007.
- Buffalo News scribe Rodney McKissic gives a peek at how rookie CB Reggie Corner is navigating his learning curve.
- Miami Herald writer Jeff Darlington tells us how the Dolphins handle their cuts.
- Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda gets laughed at when he asks the Dolphins if they're pursuing Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt.
- Edgar Thompson of the Palm Beach Post breaks down the offseason veteran imports and their chances of making the 53-man roster.
- Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reporter Harvey Fialkov writes about RB Ricky Williams' maturation.
- New York Times writer Dave Caldwell walks down memory lane as the Jets prepare to pick up and move from their Long Island headquarters.
- Dave Hutchinson of the Newark Star-Ledger wonders if Brett Favre is in shape to play the first half and perhaps into the third quarter tonight against the Giants.
- New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini updates the offensive line's evolution.
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