Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero examines how close the Dolphins are to catching the Jets or Patriots.
Dolphins icon Dan Marino isn't ready to give up on Chad Henne yet, writes AOL Fanhouse blogger Andy Kent.
Buffalo News columnist Bob DiCesare isn't impressed with owner Ralph Wilson's recent backing of top scout Tom Modrak and forecasts doom until the Bills disclose an organizational manifesto.
For the 20th anniversary of Scott Norwood's field-goal attempt that went wide right in Super Bowl XXV, Syracuse Post-Standard writer Bob Suida explores the depths of his misery as a Bills fan.
New England Patriots
All-Pro guard Logan Mankins tells Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian he can't see himself returning to the Patriots unless he's franchise tagged, and that would upset him.
Comcast SportsNet New England writer Tom E. Curran is skeptical the Patriots would actually be as interested as Chad Ochocinco suggests.
New York Jets
Bob Glauber of Newsday writes general manager Mike Tannenbaum "will be among the most proactive executives and the Jets will be well situated for the 2011 season."
ESPNNewYork.com reporter Rich Cimini outlines a bunch of reasons New Yorkers still should be interested in the Super Bowl.