AFC East Q&A: What to do about Ndamukong Suh?

Today's question: What is your team's plan of attack against Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh? Does the offensive line match up well against Suh?

Mike Rodak, Buffalo Bills: Given the Bills' offensive line struggles, especially at guard, I think their plan of attack against Suh in a Week 5 win in Detroit last season was some combination of "hope" and "pray." It worked out surprisingly well, as Suh was held without a sack one week after J.J. Watt tormented the Bills' front line in Houston. This season, the Bills' best weapon against Suh will be Richie Incognito, who finished as runner-up to Suh in a 2012 Sporting News poll asking players who they believed was the NFL's dirtiest player. Think there will be extracurricular contact when Suh and Incognito meet in Week 3 this season?

Mike Reiss, New England Patriots: The Patriots have faced Suh four times since he entered the league in 2010 -- twice in the preseason and twice in the regular season. They don't often leave him single-blocked, but that isn't exactly a news flash. Probably more than anything, what stands out from the Patriots' approach with Suh is that they work on getting the ball out quickly to negate the impact of the inside rush. That's not always easily done, but the quick passing game has been effective for them. The Patriots have some personnel questions to answer at guard, so this bears watching with Suh in mind.

Rich Cimini, New York Jets: The Jets' first game against Suh is Week 4 in London. If I were them, I'd try to upset his stomach with some week-old fish and chips. Yeah, he could be a major problem for the Jets, who may have some issues on the offensive line, especially at right guard. The position is unsettled. It could be incumbent Willie Colon, 32, probably on his last legs, or Oday Aboushi, who still is trying to find his first legs. They're not exactly dominant at left guard, either, with James Carpenter (formerly of the Seahawks) stepping into the lineup. He was a consolation prize in free agency after the Jets struck out on the top guards. Bottom line: This could be a nightmarish matchup for them. I think the Dolphins overpaid for Suh, who landed a ridiculous $60 million guarantee, but there's no denying he's a terrific player.