With all four teams in action this week, find out the latest and greatest in a crowded AFC East.

New York Jets (3-5)

Last week: At the halfway point of the season, the Jets were on a critical bye.

This week: Gang Green travels to Seattle to face a Seahawks team that has yet to lose at home this season. Mark Sanchez will be up against his former college coach Pete Carroll.

Noteable note: Jets running back Shonn Greene is 7-for-7 on third-and-1 rushes.

New England Patriots (5-3)

Last week: New England was also on its annual beak. This week: The Patriots host the Bills in what should be a relatively easy win thanks to arguably the league's best offense going up against arguably the worst defense. Notable note: New England has a plus-13 turnover ratio, which has been a big reason for its success.

Miami Dolphins (4-4)

Last week: Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts ended the Dolphins' three-game win streak. This week: Miami has a very good chance to get back in the win column against a 3-6 Tennessee Titans squad that gives up the most points-per-game in the NFL. Notable note: Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill hasn't thrown an interception in 98 pass attempts.

Buffalo Bills (3-5)

Last week: The Bills failed to score a touchdown in a loss to the Houston Texans.

This week: Buffalo has its hands full traveling to Foxborough to take on a well-rested New England team.

Notable note: The Bills' defense is really bad on many fronts. Its third-down work is no exception, as Buffalo gives up third-down conversions at a league-worst 46 percent rate.

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