It's always tough coming back from a vacation, but we're getting back in the swing of things. Here's some links to help you get into the swing of your week with me.
New York Jets
Per Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger, Jets receiver Santonio Holmes told NFL Network Monday night that a two-QB system can't work in the NFL.
Joe Caporoso of TurnOnTheJets.com writes that coverage of tight ends is still a concern for the Jets headed into the 2012 season.
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com wonders whether the Bills' offense can finish in the top 10.
With the latest legal incident for Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, Tim Graham of The Buffalo News says the Bills' trade of Lynch for a fourth-round pick looks better now than before.
John Congemi of MiamiDolphins.com sat down with Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle to discuss the new-look defense.
Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post writes that the transition to a 4-3 defense shouldn't be too difficult.
New England Patriots
James Walker of ESPN's AFC East blog discusses Football Outsiders' rankings of the top teams with under-25 talent, which include the Patriots in the top spot.
The deadline passed for players under the franchise tag to get a long-term deal, and Mike Freeman of CBS Sports writes that Wes Welker learned a hard lesson as a result.
Around the League
The Pro Football Weekly staff gives us training camp reports for each AFC East team.