Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana explores the possibility of letting Brian Brohm play before the end of the year.
Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News takes a look at the Bills' inability to reach the red zone, much less score touchdowns from there.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan shakes his head over the Bills' decision to draft defensive end Aaron Maybin for a supposed must-win season.
Palm Beach Post columnist Dave George writes "Picture these Dolphins instead as a troop of those annoying carnival-game moles, the kind that won't stay down no matter how many times they get whacked."
The Wildcat offense might be in hibernation more than it is extinct, Miami Herald reporter Jeff Darlington writes.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Mike Berardino catches up with running back Lex Hilliard, something the family German shepherd had trouble accomplishing.
New England Patriots
Boston Herald columnist Ron Borges tracks down Richard Seymour, who says "I know I could have helped" the Patriots this year.
Albert Breer of the Boston Globe analyzes Bill Belichick's decision to kick four players out of the facility Wednesday.
WEEI.com's Christopher Price writes about a leadership spark Kevin Faulk recently ignited in Tom Brady.
New York Jets
Newsday's Bob Glauber writes the Jets are showing wise judgment in holding Mark Sanchez out for a game.
George Willis of the New York Post looks at what might be Kellen Clemens' last shot to assert himself as somebody's starter.
Dave Hutchinson of the Newark Star-Ledger gauges internal reaction to Rex Ryan's decision to start Clemens over Sanchez.