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Four AFC East websites get together each week to discuss the AFC East. This week we discuss which division game last week was the biggest storyline.
The Patriots and Jaguars will meet in Foxboro this week, and NE will look to continue their early season success passing with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski
The theme was pretty clear on Wednesday as Bill Belichick spoke about the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are set to visit Gillette Stadium this weekend.
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski were a dynamic duo on Sunday in Buffalo. The pair were too much for the Bills defense as the All-22 tape shows.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are turning the corner under Gus Bradley and becoming a team on the rise. They upset the Miami Dolphins 23-20 in Sunday.
So far the Patriots are off to a good start offensively and haven’t even played up to their potential just yet.
Tom Brady continued his mastery over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Brady passed for 466 yards and three touchdowns as New England won 40-32.
Inconsistent Aaron Dobson provides Patriots offensive help in late shootout win over Bills.
After the Bills marched down the field on their opening drive and scored, Bill Belichick showed why he’s one of the best coaches in the game and why Rex Ryan still has a lot to learn if he wants to get to his level.
The Patriots have played well through the first two weeks and Julian Edelman gets a lot of the credit after two terrific performances.
Bills fans win the troll war, but lose the game.
The big news is that the Patriots are preparing for an early season divisional game and the Bills are prepping for a Week 2 Super Bowl.
Four AFC East websites get together each week to discuss the AFC East. This week we discuss which division team was the most impressive in their win on opening weekend.
The Patriots traded for Texans KR Keshawn Martin this week. The 4th year pro will provide depth in the return game and played in a similar offensive system
The Patriots will be looking to go 2-0 by beating the Bills on the road. They’ll look to start quickly and put pressure on the Buffalo offense to keep pace.