The NFL is a week-to-week league. Players and teams are only as good as their last game.
Through the first five games of the season, the Buffalo Bills, behind the efforts of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and RB Fred Jackson, established themselves along with the New England Patriots as the class of the AFC East.
The New York Jets heated up with a three-game winning streak and challenged, albeit lightly, the Patriots for the division lead last Sunday night before losing that game as well as Thursday's game at Denver.
Going into Week 11, two of the hottest AFC East players come from unusual places. One player is from the division's worst team, while another is a player from the league's worst defense.
These hot-or-not players can switch positions very quickly. As of right now, here is who's hot and who's not in the division: