Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro looks back at how Rex Ryan mismanaged the clock at the end of Monday night's loss.
Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News writes "there will be times when Ryan's confidence gets him into trouble. ... One of those times was Monday night."
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Dave Hutchinson calls Buffalo "the perfect get-well card for the Jets."
Olean Times Herald sports editor Chuck Pollock warns Bills fans that Dick Jauron's dismissal is not imminent.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle writers Sal Maiorana and Leo Roth debate the merits of benching Trent Edwards.
The missing Thurman Thomas statue wasn't off looking for his helmet after all. Buffalo News reporter Gene Warner tracks down the colossal wood carving in Canada.
Miami Herald columnist Greg Cote writes "What we saw of the Dolphins on Monday night -- if it was real, if we can believe it -- means Miami now has what could be the best all-around, most interesting and hardest-to-defend offense in the franchise's 44 seasons."
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson reviews the Dolphins' final drive Monday night and projects what it could mean to the team's future.
Head coach Tony Sparano lost one of his favorite players, Patrick Cobbs, writes South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Mike Berardino.
New England Patriots
ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss breaks down the Patriots' offensive line situation given left tackle Matt Light's knee injury.
Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport takes a look at what the Junior Seau signing means for the Patriots' defense.
Michael Vega of the Boston Globe writes about the Patriots' disappointment in their second-half performance Sunday in Denver.