Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East:
The New England Patriots have to gear up for a week full of Tebowmainia leading up to Saturday's playoff game against the Denver Broncos.
Morning take: Denver did New England a huge favor by knocking out the reigning AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. This is a much easier matchup for the Patriots, who will be heavily favored in this game. But there will be a ton of hype all week surrounding Tebow.
It will take a huge trade for the Miami Dolphins to land one of the top two quarterbacks in the NFL draft.
Morning take: You can forget about Andrew Luck. The Indianapolis Colts would be crazy to pass him up with the No. 1 overall pick. The question is how high does Miami -- which has the No. 8 or No. 9 pick -- have to move up to get Robert Griffin III? That could be costly.
Do the Buffalo Bills have the best one-two punch at running back in the NFL?
Morning take: There is certainly potential. Backup C.J. Spiller finally showed what he can do when Fred Jackson went down with a leg injury. But the Bills have to figure out how to better divide their carries next season.
Could New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer be the Jacksonville Jaguars next head coach?
Morning take: I would be surprised if Schottemheimer got a head-coaching job after a poor season in New York, but stranger things have happened. It may turn out to be a good thing for the Jets, who could use less turmoil and a fresh voice on offense.