SB Nation: Remembering Steve Sabol, the man who made pro football look awesome.
AFC East Blog: The Miami Dolphins downplay the return of Tony Sparano.
Sun-Sentinel: Mike Westhoff says that the Dolphins have the best kicker-punter-snapper trio in the NFL.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Rex Ryan says that Tim Tebow's time won't be media driven.
Neil Best: So far, there is much ado about very little with Tebow. Whose fault is that?
Gary Myers: The Jets are in no rush to play their backup QB.
Jane McManus: In a lot of ways, Tebow's heart is still in Florida.
George Willis: Mark Sanchez won't soar until he shows some backbone.
Manish Mehta: Sanchez doesn't fight the decision to run out the clock with 57 seconds left in the first half.
Brian Costello: Mark insists that he's on the same page with Santonio Holmes.
Kimberley A. Martin: Santonio says that he doesn't remember the Week 17 loss at Miami.
Rich Cimini: Holmes expects to exploit the Miami DBs.
Connor Orr: Dustin Keller thinks that he'll be ready to return against the Dolphins.
Mike Sielski: Forgotten man Joe McKnight is itching to run wild.
Kristian Dyer: Darrelle Revis returns to practice.
Jets Insider: Yeremiah Bell faces old history.
Pro Football Focus: Two games in and two late hits from LaRon Landry. Landry made their Bad Day Team.
ESPN New York: Reggie Bush says that "Hard Knocks" didn't help.
CBS New York: Considering what looms, the Jets better beat the Dolphins.
CBS Sports: The New England Patriots are prepping Wes Welker for a trade.
Deadspin: The NFL fired nine former officials when they refused to train replacement refs.