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The Miami Dolphins would love to avoid a fourth straight losing season and finish with a third consecutive victory. Coach Joe Philbin’s team has allowed 13 total points in its last two games, home victories over Jacksonville and Buffalo.
The Miami Dolphins are finishing their fourth straight non-playoff season. The New England Patriots have clinched their fourth consecutive AFC East title. So what’s there to play for in Sunday’s regular-season finale? Plenty, both teams say.
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 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.
Coming into the 2012 regular season, the Miami Dolphins secondary was supposed to be one of the strengths of the team. But after trading veteran Vontae Davis to the Indianapolis Colts, a position of strength has turned into a possible weakness.
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The last time the Miami Dolphins saw the New England Patriots; Tom Brady torched the Fins for more than 500 yards passing in a game that set the tone for the Fins’ 0-7 start. This Sunday, with just two games left, the Fins look totally different; but the Patriots remain one the NFL’s juggernauts.