Competition Fierce in AFC East As Battle for Superiority Continues

April 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Poor Buffalo Bills.
Having already witnessed the New York Jets make several high profile additions, those associated with Buffalo must have sat quietly in a darkened room as news broke about Brandon Marshall's blockbuster trade to the Miami Dolphins last week.
The Dolphins and Jets have made some big moves in this year's free-agency period to launch a full-scale assault on the AFC East. And they have left Buffalo in their wake.
As if to make things even worse, the other team in their division is the New England Patriots.
The future of the Bills hardly looks bright. Without a starting quarterback, and any established wide receiver, the Bills have propped up the division for the last couple of years. Now they have been left even further behind by their divisional rivals.
But while the gap widens between the Bills and the rest of the division, competition at the top just got a whole lot mor...

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