Sorting the Sunday Pile breaks down the week that was around the NFL. This week: Peyton Manning throws his 500th touchdown, shatters a ton of records plus much more.
If the Jets take a skill-player during the NFL Draft, there's a good chance that guy won't end up ever making it to the Pro Bowl.
Coach Doug Marrone is 'hoping' rookie QB EJ Manuel will be ready for the Bills' season opener vs. the Patriots.
Just because Tim Tebow is built like a tight end or an H-back doesn't automatically make him one. Is he versatile enough to play the position with the Patriots?
Justin Tuck used to be on the list of elite pass rushers. Now he tops Pete Prisco's annual list of overrated players. As for underrated? Prisco says Broncos nickel corner Chris Harris is worth every penny.
Da'Rick Rogers is a first-round talent. He went undrafted because the risk runs deep given his past transgressions, including multiple failed drug tests at Tennessee and an arrest following a bar brawl in Knoxville. Rogers landed with the Bills, a team with a history of getting the most of late-draft finds.
A new report says the Bills won't offer a contract to David Nelson, which would leave the team with three wideouts. Buffalo could be looking at Tennessee Vols receiver Cordarrelle Patterson with the eighth overall pick.
Which receivers and running backs from the AFC East stood out to our Nathan Zegura in 2012? He breaks down the final target, red zone and goal line trends for owners looking ahead to 2013.
The Bills refused to pack it in, and they ended the season on a high note with a 28-9 victory over a Jets team that showed few signs of life.
The Jets and Bills close out disappointing seasons at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

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