One week in, the AFC East has a decidedly different look than usual.
Not many football fans could’ve expected what transpired in Miami on Sunday afternoon.
The long wait is finally over. The Miami Dolphins season is about to begin, and they’ll start it off against a big-time rival.
It’s been a long wait, but the beginning of the NFL season has finally arrived.
Based on the mid-week NFL injury reports, when the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots take the field Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium, there will be no shortage of aching bodies.
Nearly a decade has passed since the New England Patriots last held the Lombardi Trophy, and with Tom Brady closer to 40 years old than 30, it’s unclear how big of a window the franchise has remaining to win another title during his tenure.
The Miami Dolphins brand new offense will make its debut on Sunday against the New England Patriots, but nobody is quite sure what to expect.
Despite publicly telling reporters that he would play in Sunday’s regular-season opener against the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick clarified in a Tuesday conference that the status of tight end Rob Gronkowski remains uncertain.
An AFC East showdown is in store for the Miami Dolphins in their 2014 NFL season/home opener, as the mighty New England Patriots invade Sun Life Stadium in Week 1.
Less than a week away from the Week 1 matchup between Miami and New England, the Patriots have already issued a warning strike.