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The New England Patriots last lost two straight AFC East games in 2006 – to the New York Jets followed by the Miami Dolphins four weeks later.
Losers of 16 of 22 games since the arrival of Tom Brady, Miami hopes to snap New England’s six-game win streak when these AFC East rivals meet for the 93rd time. Can the Dolphins go into Foxboro and stun a Patriots team that just received some much-needed help?
Studs like Graham and Gronkowski are in a league of their own, but the position offers solid players.
The Miami Dolphins continued to take small steps forward offensively in the team’s second preseason game, but the Fins will need to show some quick improvement by the time the season rolls around because it looks like the rumors of the New England Patriots’ demise were a little premature.
The Miami Dolphins have spent tens of millions of dollars in free agency and draft picks chasing the New England Patriots. Thanks to a variety of reasons, for the first time in a long time, are the Patriots vulnerable to losing the top spot in the AFC East?
This year’s AFC all-pro offense includes Brady and Manning, two of the best quarterbacks ever. See who else made the team.
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.