Brandon Marshall, LaDainian Tomlinson: What New Additions Mean for AFC East

April 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The AFC East has been one of the most active divisions this offseason and will ultimately shake things up for its respective teams.
The New England Patriots, once the laughing stock of the division, has controlled the AFC East for the last 10 years. That could be about to change. The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins have made some bold moves this offseason that seem to state they're serious about getting better.
New England has lost almost every starter on defense since their last Super Bowl and only a few aging greats remain for the team. The Buffalo Bills still strive to get back to the days of the '90s but all attempts have proved futile.
They continue looking for the new Jim Kelly or at least something close. It seems as though the Jets and Dolphins have taken a commanding lead within the East, but let's take a quick look at the biggest moves the two have made and what it will ultimately mean for the division.
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