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Around the AFC East: Week 3

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A quick look around the network’s AFC East websites, to see what’s going in with the Jets’ divisional rivals.

New England Patriots – via Patriots Gab

– Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola won’t have surgery on his injured groin.

– Morgan Smith looks for similarities between the 2013 and 2006 versions of the New England Patriots.

Miami Dolphins – via Dolphins Gab

Cody Strahm looks ahead to this weekends game between the Falcons and Dolphins.

-The Falcons are riddled with injuries ahead of their week three matchup with Miami

Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills.com break down watch to watch for in this weekend’s match-up against the New York Jets.

– Bills quarterback EJ Manuel recently appeared on the Rich Eisen Podcast. Take a listen here.

What you might have missed at JetsGab.com

– The Jets made a change at punter ahead of their week three match-up with the Buffalo Bills.

– Former starting QB Mark Sanchez has been placed on the IR designated to return.

AFC East Power Rankings

1. Miami Dolphins (2-0): Miami have a great opportunity to win the division this year. They have had a great start, and at this point look like the strongest overall team in the division.

2. New England Patriots (2-0): New England are currently a shell of their former selves, the only reason they are still unbeaten is because a) they still have Tom Brady and b) they have faced two rookie quarterbacks in their first two weeks.

3. New York Jets (1-1): The Jets rank above the Bills purely because of their defense. Rex Ryan’s defense is currently ranked number-two overall in the league, and it will keep them in a lot of games. If the offense continues to steadily improve, the Jets will upset a few teams this year.

4. Buffalo Bills (1-1): As I previously mentioned the only thing that seperates the Bills from the Jets is an elite defense. EJ Manuel looks like the real deal, and frankly will develop the Bills into a competitive team again.

Week 3 picks

Tampa Bay 17, New England 31

New York Jets 20, Buffalo 10

Atlanta Falcons 27, Miami Dolphins 24


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