Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist sees the way quarterbacks are being protected and fears Dan Marino's records will fall more easily.
David J. Neal of the Miami Herald explores how the Dolphins might handle the dangerous Jets defense.
Palm Beach Post reporter Carlos Frias considers what might happen if the Dolphins put pass-rushers Joey Porter, Jason Taylor and Cameron Wake on the field at the same time.
If the K-Gun was a thoroughbred, then the current version of Buffalo's no-huddle offense is "more like a donkey, plodding along with blinders on at a painfully unproductive pace," writes Leo Roth from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle.
Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News examines the offense's problems not only in scoring, but also in merely staying on the field.
A crucial part of the game plan against Cleveland will be keeping return man Josh Cribbs in check, Wilson writes for the News.
New England Patriots
Providence Journal columnist Jim Donaldson supports the NFL's mission to keep quarterbacks healthy.
Boston Globe reporter Michael Vega, calling Brandon Meriweather the best Miami Hurricane on the Gillette Stadium field last Sunday, revisits the Ed Reed comparisons.
Ian R. Rapoport from the Boston Herald takes a look at the New England secondary's latest problem: Brandon Marshall.
New York Jets
New York Post reporter Greg Bishop takes you inside Jets receiver Jerricho Cotchery's life.
Manish Mehta of the Newark Star-Ledger writes about Bryan Thomas, a critical but often overlooked contributor to the Jets' defense.
Braylon Edwards said he's familiar with the offense's terminology and is picking it up quickly, Tara Sullivan of the Bergen Record writes.