AFC East Preview

The AFC East is shaping up as one of the best division races this season. The Jets have gotten all the hype in the offseason, after reaching the AFC title game a year ago and then an offseason that was aggressive in terms of both on-field personnel and off-field promotion. New York is the favorite coming into this season, but no one is overlooking Tom Brady and New England, who did win the East a year ago and remain the establishment of this division. And one team that is being overlooked, but shouldn't, is Miami, who captured the crown in 2008 and fought through injuries last year to stay respectable. Only Buffalo isn't a first-place contender and as we'll see, even they aren't a hopeless cause. With that, the Notebook dives into all four teams...

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