AFC East free-for-all at 1 p.m.

Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
MIAMI -- All four AFC East clubs are kicking off at 1 p.m. Sunday, which will make scoreboard watching especially entertaining.

If the first-place New York Jets aren't to mark up the Tennessee Titans' unblemished record, then the winner of the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins showdown will be tied atop the AFC East.

The flagging Buffalo Bills play the Kansas City Chiefs in a game that could cripple the Bills' dim playoff hopes.

Of interest on the various injury reports, the Jets have scratched Mike Nugent, meaning Jay Feely, perhaps the best street free-agent pickup of the year, will remain their kicker for at least one more week.

There are no surprises in the Patriots-Dolphins game. Most notable is that defense end Richard Seymour and linebacker Tedy Bruschi will play. Both were questionable. Dolphins receiver Ernest Wilford is inactive. Again.

For the Bills, receiver Josh Reed is back after missing three games with an ankle injury.