Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Can the Buffalo Bills beat the New York Jets in the regular-season finale?
Morning take: The Bills are at home and will be the favorites. But Buffalo has looked awful the past two weeks. The AFC East blog will predict this game and others later in the week.
Should the Jets cut backup quarterback Tim Tebow right now?
Morning take: This is a bad idea. There's only one game remaining, so there is no rush to cut Tebow. The Jets may also explore whether they can trade Tebow for a late-round draft pick.
Will the Indianapolis Colts play hard for four quarters Sunday against the Houston Texans?
Morning take: New England needs the Colts to beat Houston for the Patriots to secure a first-round playoff bye. However, the Colts are locked into the No. 5 seed and do not need the victory. That could affect Indianapolis' approach.
Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline and defensive tackle Randy Starks are putting the team first.
Morning take: Both were questionable to play Sunday against Buffalo but showed up anyway. Hartline and Starks will both be free agents and should be strong candidates to return.