New England Patriots in a Three Horse AFC East Race

April 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It looks like the Patriots will be in a dog fight this year in the AFC East, the division that New England has dominated over the last decade.  The Pats have captured the AFC Crown seven of the last 10 seasons, but a changing of the guard is looming on the horizon.
The Patriots are looking more like the least than the beast of the AFC East.
The New York Jets are getting better every day it seems. The team that went to the AFC Championship last year on the shoulders of rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez is loading up their arsenal.
On the offensive side of the ball they acquired disgruntled Cleveland Browns wideout, Braylon Edwards last season. A talent for sure, but has consistency issues and a chronic case of the drops. However, he showed sparks of what he is capable of when he is focused. In 12 games with New York, Edwards caught 35 catches for 541 yards with 4 TDs.
This offseason the Jets have been very busy signing former San Diego and fantasy football stud La...

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