Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC East:
Can Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chan Henne return to Miami and beat his former team?
Morning take: If Henne returns with the lowly Jaguars (2-11) and beats Miami, this would probably be the low point of Miami’s season. The Dolphins (5-8) need to finish strong this season and continue to develop their young quarterback: Ryan Tannehill.
New England Patriots backup receiver Deion Branch helped prepare his team for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Morning take: Branch played a little option quarterback in high school. Those skills came to use in practice this week. New England has a young and athletic front seven who covers sideline to sideline pretty well.
Both receiver Braylon Edwards (hamstring) and backup quarterback Tim Tebow (ribs) are expected to play for the New York Jets.
Morning take: New York is fighting for a playoff spot and need all hands on deck Monday against the Tennessee Titans. This will be a tougher game than most expect for New York.
The Buffalo Bills make their annual return to Toronto against the Seattle Seahawks. Is this series a success?
Morning take: It’s been five years and I don’t think the Bills’ Toronto series has met expectations. The most important issue for the Bills is to get its stadium situation sorted out next year.