Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, August 20 Edition

Erik Frenz@ErikFrenzSenior Writer IAugust 20, 2012

After T.J. Conley's awful night out against the Giants, the Jets might consider Adam Himmelsbach's opinion.
After T.J. Conley's awful night out against the Giants, the Jets might consider Adam Himmelsbach's opinion.Rob Carr/Getty Images

Monday is here, so here are some links to help you get the week started.


Pick of the Day

Adam Himmelsbach of New York Times' Fifth Down Blog makes a point against punting. Ever.


New York Jets

Mike Donnelly of writes a letter to Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum, asking him to make some much-needed changes.

Rich Cimini of ESPN New York breaks down the struggles of the offensive line against the New York Giants.

Bleacher Report NFL lead blogger Michael Schottey breaks down the performances of Jets quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow against the Giants.


Buffalo Bills

Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 Sportsradio gives his reaction to the Bills' 36-14 loss to the Vikings on Friday night.

Tim Graham of The Buffalo News writes that the Bills have been giving up too many big plays on defense.

B/R Bills featured columinst Josh Cembellin gives a stock-up, stock-down for the Bills' positional units after two preseason games.


Miami Dolphins

B/R Dolphins featured columnist Scott Altman gives grades for the Dolphins rookies through two preseason games.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post writes that Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin could wait another week to make a decision on who will be the starting quarterback.

Richard Santamaria of writes that not all is doom-and-gloom in Miami after two preseason games.


New England Patriots

Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston examines the trickle-down effect of tight end Daniel Fells and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer coming off the physically unable to perform list as is expected to happen this week.

Christopher Price of lists 10 Patriots players to watch in tonight's preseason game against the Eagles.

Mike Loyko of gives his 53-man roster projection.


Erik Frenz is the AFC East lead blogger for Bleacher Report. Be sure to follow Erik on Twitter and "like" the AFC East Blog on Facebook to keep up with all the updates.