Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Jerry Sullivan of the Buffalo News reminds us Bills owner Ralph Wilson is known for sacrificing assistant coaches.
Injured linebacker Angelo Crowell finally explains himself months after deciding to have surgery, and Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson is there.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reporters Sal Maiorana and Leo Roth debate how far away the Bills are from the playoffs.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde takes a look at Bill Parcells' role with the Dolphins and the out clause that could make him a free agent.
Miami Herald columnist Israel Gutierrez writes, despite all the Dolphins have accomplished, they "can't seem to shake that skepticism."
Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda writes Parcells should do the responsible thing and stay two more years.
New England Patriots
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Patriots vice president of football operations Scott Pioli is interested in the Cleveland Browns' vacancy.
Boston Globe columnist Tony Massarotti wonders what will become of quarterback Matt Cassel, whose contract is up.
Boston Herald columnist Steve Buckley tries to make heads or tails out of the conflicting Tom Brady health reports.
The Patriots are taking a positive look at not making the playoffs: They could use the rest, writes Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper.
New York Jets