Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills receiver Brad Smith talks about his first game against his former team, the New York Jets.
Morning take: Smith made some dynamic plays in New York and is still trying to find his niche in Buffalo. Could Sunday’s game against his former team get him going in the right direction?
Dallas Cowboys assistant Rob Ryan says he will be a better head coach than his twin brother.
Morning take: That is a lofty goal. Rex Ryan has been to back-to-back AFC title games. That success should help Rob Ryan get an opportunity. Will Miami make the call?
See how high the Bills are in these power rankings.
Morning take: Click on the link and find out. Bills fans will be happy.
Have teams figured out the New England Patriots?
Morning take: The offense hasn’t scored as many points the past two weeks. But I don’t think that’s enough cause for concern. New England is 5-2.