• AFC East Senior Bowl preview

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 23, 2013
    AFC East teams will look to improve and one of the starting points is Saturday’s Senior Bowl. He could be on the radar for all four teams in the AFC East, because wide receiver is a need on every division team. Now that the football season is officially over for all four teams in the AFC East, let’s take a look at whose stock is rising and falling in the division. This year, Welker’s third-quarter drop in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game killed the momentum for New England and led to Baltimore scoring 21 unanswered points. Mornhinweg also is bringing a pass-heavy, West Coast offense to New York that doesn’t seem like a good fit for the inaccurate and turnover-prone Sanchez.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • AFC East Stock Watch

      Now that the football season is officially over for all four teams in the AFC East, let’s take a look at whose stock is rising and falling in the division. Falling 1. New England Patriots: New England entered the AFC Championship as a more than a touchd
      Source: ESPN.com

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