Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins know dangers of late-season matchups with Jets
get an early start on spoiling the Miami Dolphins playoff aspirations for the second time in as many seasons when the AFC East rivals battle at MetLife Stadium in prime time Monday night. The 2-9 Jets are one of the worst teams in the NFL and
Dolphins look to bounce back against Jets
way, with two games against the last-place Jets and one against the last-place Vikings. More daunting is a game at AFC East leader New England on Dec. 14, and Miami also faces Baltimore at home on Dec. 7. Regardless of the opponent, Philbin
Bills president: Stadium should be ready Sunday
received lead him to think otherwise. The Bills arrived Friday in the Detroit area to prepare as best they could for their AFC East matchup with the Jets. --- Online: AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL
Column: NFL should realign after NFC South debacle
that worked just fine for so many years before the league expanded to 32 teams. It might look something like this: - AFC East : Buffalo, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Miami, New England and New York Jets. - AFC Central: Baltimore, Cincinnati
Glazer: Browns plan to unleash Josh Gordon
Jay Glazer with the latest on Cleveland's plan for Josh Gordon and how Buffalo plans on dealing with all their snow.
Live: Dolphins, Bills clash in key AFC East battle
Ryan Tannehill looks to shake off last week's loss against the Lions in outing against Buffalo.
Fred Jackson's return from injury gives sagging Bills a boost
plays and get this thing turned around.'' Buffalo (5-5) has run out of room for error in preparing to host its AFC East rival New York Jets (2-8) on Sunday. It's the first in what has essentially become a season-ending stretch of
Back to work after bye, Jets focus on solid finish
off a bye. We'll see if that means anything, but I think it does.'' Four of the Jets' last six games are against AFC East opponents - one each against Buffalo (5-5) and New England (8-2), and two against Miami (6-4) - so they'll
Ayanbadejo: Dolphins have firepower to beat the Bills, but ...
Dolphins can beat the Bills Thursday night NOV 13, 12:55 pm Brendon Ayanbadejo breaks down Thursday night’s pivotal AFC East matchup between the Dolphins and Bills and picks a winner. share 0 Tweet 0 0 Football BEST OF THE WEB Powered By Gallery
Pass protection an issue for contending Dolphins
playoffs. The Dolphins find themselves back in the mix for a postseason berth, thanks to a prime-time victory over AFC East nemesis Buffalo. Miami now has 10 days to prepare for AFC West leader Denver, and the top priority will be to shore