AFC notes: Tom Brady makes his home debut of 2016 against the Bengals

AFC notes: Tom Brady makes his home debut of 2016 against the Bengals
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady walks off the field following New England's 33-13 win over Cleveland on Oct. 9. (David Richard / Associated Press)

Baltimore Ravens: Marty Mornhinweg will make his debut as offensive coordinator vs. Giants. Coach Jim Harbaugh needs one win for most in Ravens history (81).

Buffalo Bills: Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander has an NFL-leading seven sacks and is the first Bills player to have a sack in each of the first five games of a season.


Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals' only win over Patriots under Marvin Lewis was 13-6 in Cincinnati on Oct. 6, 2013. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap has 17 1/2 sacks in last 21 games.

Cleveland Browns: Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler is expected to start Sunday against the Titans. He was knocked out of a game last week with a chest injury.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos' 21-13 loss to the Chargers on Thursday night put an end to their NFL record of 15 consecutive road wins against AFC West opponents.

Houston Texans: Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney had a career-high four tackles for loss last week and leads team with eight. Quarterback Brock Osweiler is 3-0 at home.

Indianapolis Colts: Safety Mike Adams has had two interceptions, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery combined in his last two games against the Texans.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Former Bears offensive lineman Patrick Omameh will replace left guard Luke Joeckel, who had season-ending knee surgery last week.

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs have won three straight vs. Oakland and six straight in the AFC West. Corner Marcus Peters leads the league with with four interceptions.

Miami Dolphins: Twins Mike (Pouncey) and Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers) will play against each other for the first time in the NFL. The Dolphins rank last in first downs.

New England Patriots: Martellus Bennett caught three touchdown passes in a game for first time in his career last week. It was his first game with Tom Brady as quarterback.

N.Y. Jets: The Jets have held their opponents to 2.97 yards per carry. Ryan Fitzpatrick wasn't intercepted last week after throwing nine in the previous two games.

Oakland Raiders: Receiver Amari Cooper had a career-high 138 yards receiving last week and first TD catch of season. Oakland is 6-1 when Cooper tops 100 yards.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger made his first career start in 2004 in Miami, where he's 3-0. Antonio Brown leads the league with 37 catches.

San Diego Chargers: Rookie tight end Hunter Henry led all receivers with six catch- es on eight targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers' 21-13 win over the Broncos.

Tennessee Titans: The Titans ran for 235 yards last week, the most by a team in a game this season. DeMarco Murray is second in the league in rushing (461).


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