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  1. Walker's Fab 40: Nos. 33-36

    James Walker

    The AFC East blog continues its second annual "Walker's Fab 40," where we rank the top players in the division. Here are Nos. 33-36: No. 36: Shonn Greene, RB, New York Jets 2012 stats: 1,063 yards, eight touchdowns Analysis: Longtime read...

    Blog | January 28, 2013
  2. Ranking team needs: New York Jets

    James Walker

    The AFC East blog continues its series this week on ranking team needs. Next we have the inconsistent New York Jets, who finished 6-10 this season. No. 1 need: Quarterback Analysis: It's no secret the Jets are hamstrung at quarterback. New Y...

    Blog | January 15, 2013
  3. Catching up on the AFC East

    James Walker

    MIAMI -- We are back at the AFC East blog headquarters after a brief hiatus. Let's catch up on a few story lines that developed while I was away. Story No. 1: Reggie Bush wants to win rushing title Analysis: The Miami Dolphins' starting tailbac...

    Blog | June 24, 2012
  4. Ranking team needs: Jets

    James Walker

    This week the AFC East blog will look at each division team and examine the biggest needs entering free agency and the draft. On Tuesday we start with the New York Jets, who finished 8-8 last season. No. 1 need: Safety Analysis: The Jets are hu...

    Blog | February 28, 2012
  5. Walker's Fab 40: Nos. 1-4

    James Walker

    We conclude "Walker's Fab 40" with the four best players in the AFC East. Here are our rankings for Nos. 1-4: No. 4: Wes Welker, WR Team: New England Patriots 2011 stats: 122 receptions, 1,569 yards, nine touchdowns Analysis: Welker pu...

    Blog | February 17, 2012
  6. Walker's Fab 40: Nos. 13-16

    James Walker

    We are getting down to the very best players in the AFC East. Here are "Walker's Fab 40" Nos. 13-16: PounceyNo. 16: Mike Pouncey, C Team: Miami Dolphins Stats: 16 starts Analysis: It's difficult to make a big impact at center. But Poun...

    Blog | February 16, 2012