The Miami Dolphins are only 1 game out of the AFC East lead after 4 weeks of play. Despite their shabby 1-3 record, the Dolphins trail the Jets, Bills, and Patriots by only 1 game, which is surprising. Also surprising, is that the Dolphins could be the second best team in the division, even though they have the worst record in the division and have already been beaten by the Jets. The Bills defense has not lived up to it’s offseason hype and the Jets offense works as well as Dan Carpenter’s right leg. Anyway, here we go with the Week 4 edition of the Dolphins Division Recap:
New England Patriots (2-2, overall, 1-0 division)
The Patriots fell behind against the Bills and then decided they had seen enough. They blasted the Bills in the second half, finishing the game with 52 points. Still think Mario Williams was worth all that money, Bills fans? The Patriots defense is still a work in progress, but their offense was clicking on all cylinders against the Bills. The Patriots would be 3-1 if their kicker had hit the game winner against the Cardinals in week 2. This week, the Patriots host Peyton Manning and the Broncos (2-2), who put up 37 points last week. Many think the Patriots will roll in this game, but I’m sure Peyton will try to put his best effort forward against Mr. Brady.
New York Jets (2-2 overall, 2-0 division)
The Jets have a nice shiny record, which is all that really matters in the NFL. However, they’ve lost their best defensive player and best offensive weapon in back to back weeks. The Jets also have one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL who is leading a feeble offensive unit that just got worse. As you can tell, the Jets had a rough week. There were crushed by the 49ers at home last week 34-0. This week, they welcome in the Houston Texans (4-0) on Monday Night Football. Good luck Rexy and Fist Pumper! Maybe it’s time to dust ole’ Tebow off and let him give it a shot. I would be shocked if the Jets don’t fall to 2-3 after this week and fade in the AFC East race, very quickly. I see them having a 6-10 or 7-9 season at best. (cont’d on page 2, click below)