With storylines swirling around the Jets and Patriots heading into week 2, ESPN Radio's Freddie Coleman weighed in on what to expect in the NFL this weekend. The co-host of Freddie & Fitzsimmons joins the guys on Big Board Sports every Friday morning at 11:30.

The summer of Antonio Brown took a much more serious turn in the last week with allegations of rape and sexual assault brought forward by a former personal trainer. Despite that, Brown was on the practice field with the Patriots on Wednesday and he's on the trip to Miami where New England goes in as 18.5-point favorites.

Meanwhile, a Patriots' divisional foe will play without its quarterback this week and perhaps for a handful of weeks. After the Jets sent Sam Darnold home from practice in the middle of the week, tests revealed that the second-year quarterback had mononucleosis. On Saturday, New York ruled two of its best defensive players out for Monday night against Cleveland; CJ Mosley and Quinnen Williams.