Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey says he is not afraid to have a run-first offense.
Morning take: The Bills need to do whatever is necessary to win games. If tailback C.J. Spiller has it going, it would be silly to go away from the NFL's leading rusher.
The Miami Dolphins prepare for Tebow-mania.
Morning take: The last time Tim Tebow played at Sun Life Stadium, the Dolphins honored him at halftime, then let him win the game for Denver. Miami wants to make things tougher this time around.
Santonio Holmes says he and his fellow New York Jets receivers should "take advantage" of the Dolphins' secondary.
Morning take: Miami’s secondary is the weakness of the defense. New York didn’t throw the football well in the Week 2 loss to Pittsburgh, but the Jets should have more success on Sunday.
Will Tom Brady lead the New England Patriots to a victory over the Baltimore Ravens?
Morning take: A friend of the AFC East blog, Pete Prisco, says yes. We are holding our picks until later in the week.