The NFL has announced it will reveal the dates and kickoff times for all 512 games on this year's schedule at 7 p.m. ET Tuesday.
So we'll have to wait until then to see how many prime-time games the Jets have, which opponents Santonio Holmes will miss, when the annual Patriots-Colts game will take place, who the Bills will play in Toronto and how many divisional games will be left when Dolphins nose tackle Jason Ferguson returns from his eight-game suspension.
In the meantime, refresh your memory by taking a look at who the AFC East will face at home and on the road in 2010.
You also can review the ranking of the toughest schedules based on last year's records.