The bad teams are now good. The rookies look like veterans. As we near the midpoint of the season, here are the best early story lines heading into Week Nine.
With Halloween a day away, it's time to identify teams that have pulled tricks on us and teams that have treated us to the biggest surprises?
This week, PFW selects Doug Martin, Tim Jennings and Olivier Vernon as its Players of the Week.
The Patriots and Dolphins asserted themselves as the AFC East's top two teams with convincing Week Eight victories.
Matt Moore stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins didn't miss a beat, rolling past the Jets 30-9 for their third straight victory.
Jets TE Dustin Keller had a big week against the Patriots and is likely looking forward to a familiar foe this week in the Dolphins.
In a muddled AFC, the team that finishes second in the AFC East could snag a wild-card berth, but it's hard to decipher which team that will be.
Dolphins MLB Karlos Dansby spoke with PFW about his new position and Miami's early success on defense.
Dolphins LB Koa Misi pled no contest to felony battery charges. He agreed to pay a Santa Barbara County resident, whom he allegedly punched, $42,000.
The way we hear it, finding a third receiver for rookie QB Ryan Tannehill is one of the Dolphins' top priorities.
Kevin Fishbain writes that the Dolphins might be on the verge of becoming 2012's surprise contender in the AFC.
The AFC East has turned into one of the most intriguing divisions thanks to a wild Sunday in Week Six, as each team is now 3-3.
Ryan Tannehill threw two touchdown passes and the Dolphins withstood a late rally by the Rams to win 17-14 Sunday.
One of the Dolphins' biggest preseason concerns, the right side of the O-line, is coming together and helping the offense overachieve.
The Patriots and Dolphins both looked strong in wins, while the Bills are reeling after a historic loss to the 49ers, and the Jets couldn't get past the Texans.