2010 AFC East Preview: New England Patriots and New York Jets Still on Top?

May 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that I've previewed the NFC , it's time to move on to the AFC.
The AFC East is comprised of two competitors in the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. Then there are Miami Dolphins, and the Buffalo Bills.
Rookie QB Mark Sanchez led the surprising Jets to a 9-7 regular season schedule, and then followed that up with two playoff wins, only to lose by two TDs to the eventual conference champion Indianapolis Colts.
The Jets actually went farther than the Patriots in the postseason, as New England was slapped by the Baltimore Ravens, 33-14 in the Patriots' first playoff game.
But what about the Dolphins, and the Bills?
Neither team had horrible seasons, but neither one made it to the playoffs either.
Are they destined to be the stepping stones other for other teams on their paths to glory?
Or will they turn things around in 2010?
Below is a breakdown of each team's 2009 season, their draft picks, and how these picks will help them going...

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