Coming into Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots had made a habit out of overcoming fourth-quarter deficits. If you play with fire enough times, you eventually get burned.
The New England Patriots are on the verge of winning another AFC East championship, but the Miami Dolphins won’t make that an easy task.
The Patriots looked like a defeated team as they entered the locker room at halftime with a two-touchdown deficit, but 24 unanswered points in the second half resulted in New England earning a 27-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Gresh & Zo’s ‘No Huddle’ chronicles the major NFL headlines heading into Week 8. In this edition they recap Thursday night’s game between the Panthers and Tampa Bay, the Rams contacting Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers and former teammate Greg Jennings matching up for the first time and a Nick Saban rant.
Bob Socci says Sunday’s Patriots-Dolphins matchup will be won or lost on the offensive and defensive lines.
The New England Patriots look to remain in first place in the AFC East when they host the 3-3 Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium Sunday. New England won’t face another division opponent until they meet the Dolphins again in Miami on Dec. 15.
In Friday’s edition of the No Huddle, Hardy takes Gresh and Zo through a number of stories around the league.
Gresh and Zolak open classes in Summer School this week with the Patriots’ Week 7 opponent, the Miami Dolphins
Some things to watch for as the Patriots take on the Dolphins in Miami on Sunday.
The Patriots have forced 32 turnovers this season and look to rack up a few more against Miami on Sunday. However, Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano hopes that isn’t the case. Gresh & Zo discussed the upcoming game with Fasano and focused on the Patriots defense and rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.