Who Will Win the Muddled AFC East?

Posted: 6th December 2009 by Michael Cohen in NFL
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Suddenly, the AFC East is no longer a shoe-in for the New England Patriots. Once New England's third receiver, Sam Aiken, jumped into the air to catch Tom Brady's pass near mid-field, then got free of the corner-back and sprinted down the sideline for a 81 yard touchdown to give New England a 21-10 lead over the Miami Dolphins, it looked like the division was firmly in the hands of the Pats. Not so fast. Chad Henne's seven yard touchdown to Brian Hartline cut New England's lead to two, 21-19, and that was followed by an inept showing by the Patriots once daunting offense. New England's only decent drive of the fourth quarter resulted in an interception of Brady, by Vonte Davis in the end zone on a go-route intended for Randy Moss. Then, Henne and the Miami offense put together one hell of ...

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