AFC East Standings: Three on Top

ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 18: Scott Chandler #84, David Nelson #86 and Donald Jones #19 of the Buffalo Bills celebrate Chandler's touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders at Ralph Wilson Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York. Buffalo won 38-35. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

An updated look at the AFC East standings two weeks through the 2011 NFL season:

1t. New England Patriots (2-0, Division: 1-0)

The Patriots have put up 73 points and are averaging 563 yards per game on offense through two weeks of the season.  They're coming off a 35-21 beat-down of a formidable Chargers team, and are heading to Buffalo Sunday, looking to improve their divisional record to 2-0.

1t. New York Jets (2-0, Division: 0-0)

The Jets followed up a miraculous win over the Cowboys in week one by dismantling the Jaguars 32-3 at home.  They will look to stay undefeated as they take on the Oakland Raiders on the road this week.

1t. Buffalo Bills (2-0, Division: 0-0)

The Bills have been one of the NFL's biggest surprises this year, following up a dominating win over the Chiefs in week one with a great 2nd half comeback in week two against the Raiders (in undoubtedly one of the most entertaining games I've seen in quite some time).  They will kick off their division slate when they host the Patriots this Sunday.

4. Miami Dolphins (0-2, Division: 0-1)

The Dolphins have quickly dug themselves into a hole to start the season.  While the rest of the AFC East remains unbeaten, the Phins have yet to win a contest, while the pressure continues to grow on Tony Sparano and his staff.

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