Sunday Patriots Headlines: October 3rd

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October 03, 2010 at 11:30am ET

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It's an afternoon without Patriots football, but the game to watch this afternoon will be the Jets taking on the Bills in Buffalo.  I'm officially the biggest Bills fan in the state of New Hampshire today, as a win by the Bills will help New England's efforts tomorrow night down in Miami.

Here are a list of headlines to check out this morning.

Patriots - Dolphins Preview: The Patriots always have trouble in Miami -

Ex-Pat Mike Vrabel loves his Chief occupation - Boston Herald

Brady, Patriots Must Spread Ball Around for Continued Offensive Success - NESN

Quick-hit thoughts around the NFL and with the Patriots -

Moss proving as handy as ever for Patriots -

Miami coach gets it - Attleboro Sun Chronicle

Taylor to miss Miami - Attleboro Sun Chronicle

Patriots don't have a good history in Miami - Nashua Telegraph

Fred Taylor not suited to play - Boston Herald

Remade Chiefs displaying trust, getting results - Boston Globe

Nashua teen dances way onto Patriots cheerleading team - Nashua Telegraph

Crumpler, Gronkowski and Hernandez proving to be tight fit for Patriots - Enterprise News

No surprise: Pats declare Taylor out - Patriot Ledger

What to watch for Monday against the Dolphins -

Patriots game will define Miami Dolphins' season -

Brandon Marshall an uncaged force -

Miami rules Jerry, Odrick out for Monday's game -

What in the world will the Dolphins unveil Monday night? - Boston Herald

10 Things for Patriots-Dolphins -

Patriots, Dolphins to Meet on Monday Night With Divisional Implications on Line -

Meriweather travels from the Pro Bowl to the bench - ProFootballTalk

Belichick's secret weapon vs. Wildcat - Boston Globe

That's it for this morning.  Enjoy the afternoon and we'll have more later on.