Should they or shouldn’t they? New England tight end Rob Gronkowski could be cleared to play in this weekend’s contest versus Miami, but the Patriots aren’t sure if they should let him play or wait and activate him in the postseason. Waiting could avoid re-aggravating the surgically repaired forearm which he fractured in Week 11.
New England will be looking for a second win against a Dolphins team they defeated by a touchdown in Week 13. The Dolphins, however, are seeking to best the AFC East division champs in order to end their season on a positive note.
The Dolphins appear to have the edge in their upcoming matchup against a Bills team which has given up a total of 65 points in its last two contests.
The Dolphins will be without one of their best receivers in Davone Bess and star linebacker Koa Misi when they face off against a Jaguars team which is hungry for a win.
Chad Henne, who was tapped as the starting quarterback for the Jaguars following Blaine Gabbert’s injury, will look to hand his former team a third straight loss when Jacksonville visits Miami this weekend.
With tight end Charles Clay listed as probable for Sunday’s showdown against the 49ers, the Dolphins have another offensive weapon they can depend on as they fight to try and make it into the postseason.
The Dolphins could see their playoff hopes dashed this weekend as they face off against the 49ers–a team that boasts stars such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, running back Frank Gore and linebacker Aldon Smith.
The Dolphins don’t have any major injury concerns heading into Sunday’s AFC East showdown while the absence of a few New England players could affect the outcome of the game.
Miami will have to use everything in its arsenal if it hopes to beat the New England Patriots in their AFC East clash on Sunday afternoon.
Although Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby continues to deal with a torn biceps injury, he’s still expected to play in Sunday’s game alongside other Miami players who will be fighting through pain.