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.READ MORE: Melrose Seeks To 'Deemphasize' Halloween In Classrooms, Hold 'Inclusive' Fall Events
What’s the one big thing that to him stands out when he looks at the game film?
“I just think their effort, they’re a second effort team on defense and their always around the ball, they’re opportunistic, they take advantage of the offense’s mistakes and they turn the ball over. It’s a great test for us this weekend.”READ MORE: Young Crowd Eager To Attend Harry Styles Concert In Boston, But Are There COVID Concerns?
Fasano has been with the Dolphins since 2008, so he has seen a lot of different Patriots defenses. What are some of the characteristics he’s seen from a Bill Belichick defense year after year?
The guys went on to discuss rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill. What different about this QB and how has his command in the huddle been in his first year in the league?MORE NEWS: Concord-Carlisle High School Teacher Accused Of Using Racist Slur Put On Leave