NFL: How will each running back in the AFC East fare in 2020?

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The AFC East could be wide open for the first time since 2000. Tom Brady is no longer a member of the New England Patriots and that could give particularly the Buffalo Bills a shot in the arm heading into the season, but also the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, too.

The Bills finished 10-6 in 2019 and landed a wild card spot in the playoffs. They rewarded head coach Sean McDermott with a six-year extension keeping him on the sideline through 2025. Buffalo is certainly the favorite to take the AFC East crown from the New England Patriots, but Bill Belichick will not go down without a fight.

The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are still in rebuilding mode. The Dolphins made some big moves this offseason in hopes of being competitive in 2020. As for the Jets, they will not be taken seriously until they find a capable head coach. Either way, this is the first season in a long time where the AFC East matchups could be interesting and not one-sided.

When looking at the running back groups in the AFC East, they are interesting. There are situations where offenses will feature two or more backs. There is even some turmoil within the systems. Let’s take a look at how each group will handle the 2020 season.

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