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Breaking down Miami at New England

We get an AFC East matchup in prime time for the second straight week, as the Miami Dolphins travel to New England to take on the Patriots. Miami was one of the main highlights from Week 1, as the Dolphins got the best of the Los Angeles Chargers in a shootout, 36-34. As for the Patriots, they fell to the reigning NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles, 25-20.

The Dolphins lead the all-time series with the Patriots 60-55 (including postseason), and Miami has won four out of the last five matchups. This is the first Sunday night game between these two teams since 1991, when the Dolphins defeated the Patriots 30-20 in Joe Robbie Stadium while Dan Marino threw three touchdowns.

New England is looking to avoid its first 0-2 start since 2001 this weekend. Before we break down the matchup, here’s a look at how you can watch the game.

How to watch

Date: Sunday, Sept. 17 | Time: 8:20 p.m. ET

Location: Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Massachusetts)

TV: NBC | Stream: fubo

Follow: CBS Sports App

Odds: Dolphins -2.5, O/U 46.5

Injury reports

Dolphins: OT Terron Armstead (back, ankle, knee), DB Elijah Campbell (knee), TE Julian Hill (ankle), LB Jaelan Phillips (back) QUESTIONABLE Patriots: OT Trent Brown (concussion), CB Jonathan Jones (ankle), OL Mike Onwenu (ankle), WR DeVante Parker (knee), OL Sidy Sow (concussion), G Cole Strange (knee) QUESTIONABLE

Dolphins fans are surely happy to see that running back Raheem Mostert (knee) and wideout Jaylen Waddle (oblique) will play after being on the injury report earlier in the week. Each of Miami’s four questionable players were limited on Thursday, with Phillips not showing up on the injury report until Friday.

For the Patriots, Brown, Sow and Jones did not practice on Friday.

Onwenu, Parker and Strange were limited for a third consecutive day. A former Dolphin, Parker was inactive for the Patriots’ season-opening loss to the Eagles.

When the Dolphins have the ball

Mike McDaniel’s offense led the league in yards (536), yards per play (8.2) and 25+ yard plays (6) in Week 1, while quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 466 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. However, the headline, of course, was Tyreek Hill.

Hill accounted for almost half of Tua’s yards, as he caught 11 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns. He had four receptions 20-plus yards downfield in Week 1, which was more than any other team in the league. The rest of the AFC East had one combined, while the rest of the NFL had 29 such plays. Hill by himself was responsible for 12% of the NFL’s

deep balls caught in Week 1. Hill said he’s still going to “dominate” if he faces a couple of double teams in New England, but keep in mind that the Patriots have been effective in limiting those downfield passing plays. Since Hill entered the league, the Patriots have allowed the lowest completion percentage on passes 20+ yards downfield (29%).

(Check out Jared Dubin’s thorough preview on Bill Belichick vs. Tua and Tyreek, here)

However, Hill is just one player. The Dolphins also have the speedy

Jaylen Waddle out wide. He was targeted just five times last Sunday, but turned those five targets into four receptions for 78 yards. He’s arguably already a top 10 wide receiver in the NFL, and ranked No. 9 in receiving yards per game last year (79.8), and led the entire league in yards per reception (18.1) despite his starting quarterback missing four games. Waddle also has three receiving touchdowns in four career games vs. the Patriots.

Miami’s passing game was on fire last Sunday, but the run game was not. Raheem Mostert and Salvon Ahmed combined for 48 rushing yards on 13 carries. Despite McDaniel’s background as a run-game coordinator, the Dolphins have not been strong on the ground since his arrival. Last year, Miami had the eighth-worst run offense in the NFL. After one week, the Dolphins rank sixth-worst on the ground. McDaniel didn’t commit to making rookie De’Von Achane active this week despite all of the hype he garnered in the preseason. Fans are eagerly awaiting his NFL debut, and it will be interesting to see how he could change the offense. New England held Philadelphia’s running backs to under 4 yards per carry collectively in Week 1. Still, I expect McDaniel to strive for some balance in his offensive attack Sunday night.

We know the Chargers aren’t a formidable defensive team, and Miami faced just nine third downs despite racking up 30 first downs. The Dolphins converted four of those nine third downs, so how Miami fares in keeping drives alive is yet another storyline to keep tabs on.

When the Patriots have the ball

The first item on New England’s offensive agenda will be to avoid the start it had vs. Philadelphia. The Patriots’ drive chart to begin the game went like this: Pick six, fumble, three-and-out, three-and-out and then another three-and-out. It got better later in the second quarter, as Mac Jones led two touchdown drives to cut the deficit to two points by the halftime break.

While New England did lose its season opener, offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien’s impact was felt immediately. The 24 first downs New England recorded were more than any game in 2022, and Jones threw for 316 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Previously, Jones had never thrown for 300-plus yards and three touchdowns. He threw the ball more than any other quarterback in the NFL in Week 1, so could we see another pass-heavy attack in Week 2? Miami did allow 233 rushing yards to the Chargers, but New England on the other hand struggled to run the ball with Ezekiel Elliott and Rhamondre Stevenson. Putting together long drives and keeping Miami’s offense off the field while simultaneously giving your defense rest will be important. New England went 3 of 5 in the red zone, and 5 of 15 on third downs. Those numbers will be important this week.

You don’t want to make any definitive statements about a team or an offense after one week, but Kendrick Bourne may be Jones’ No. 1 wideout. He led the team with six catches on 11 targets, 64 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Jones looked his way more than any other wideout, and the two clearly have some chemistry. O’Brien will likely look to build off of that. Just three wide receivers caught passes last Sunday, but DeVante Parker was not in the lineup. The former Dolphin is questionable to play this week due to a knee injury, but having him in the fold would certainly boost this attack. Per CBS Sports Research, 76.1% of his catches have gone for a first down or touchdown in the previous two seasons, which ranks second-most in the NFL.

Sunday night for New England will be more about containing Miami’s explosive offense, but you have to score points to win. Miami’s defense is clearly not its strong suit, as it gave up 433 yards of offense last week

vs. the Chargers. That ranked second-worst in the NFL, just ahead of …

the Chargers. Last year, Miami ranked No. 24 in scoring defense, tied for No. 30 in takeaways and No. 27 in pass defense. Mr. O’Brien, here’s your chance to stand out on a national stage. Prediction


Despite Tagovailoa having a 4-0 record vs. Belichick, these two teams have split the last four matchups in New England. It’s hard not to lean toward the more potent offense early on, especially with the spread being as low as it is. Maybe Hill doesn’t go for 200-plus yards again, but Miami should outscore New England.

Score: Dolphins 27, Patriots 23

What channel is the Dolphins game? Time, TV info for Patriots game in Week 2

The Miami Dolphins will have the spotlight all to themselves when they play the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football.

The Dolphins are 1-0 after a thrilling 36-34 win last week at the Los Angeles Chargers. Tua Tagovailoa lit up the scoreboard with 466 yards and three touchdowns, while receiver Tyreek Hill racked up 215 yards and two TDs on 11 catches. Jaylen Waddle wasn’t too bad either, hauling in four catches for 78 yards.

Pro Bowl tackle Terron Armstead missed the opener with a bevy of lower-body injuries but practiced throughout the week. Having him back would be a boon as the Dolphins look to protect Tua from Bill Belichick’s defense.

How to stream: Here’s how to watch Dolphins vs. Patriots on fuboTV (free trial)

The Patriots (0-1) fell behind early but nearly pulled off a Week 1 stunner against the Philadelphia Eagles. Quarterback Mac Jones had a strong

start, throwing for 316 yards and three touchdowns, two to newcomer Kendrick Bourne.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game, including time, TV and streaming info and more:

Time: 8:20 p.m.

Date: Sunday, September 17

Miami and New England will be on Sunday Night Football, kicking off at 8:20 p.m. Sunday, September 17 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

What channel is Dolphins vs. Patriots today?


Streaming: Peacock (7-day free trial), fuboTV (7-day free trial), YouTube

TV (2-week free trial), Hulu + Live TV (7-day free trial)

Dolphins-Patriots will air on NBC. Mike Tirico will have the play-by-play with Cris Collinsworth providing color analysis, while Melissa Stark reports from the sideline.

Streaming options include Peacock and fuboTV, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

Must readNew Dolphins defensive coordinator Vic Fangio hardly blitzes.

Until he does and it wins the game.

How can I listen to Dolphins vs. Patriots on radio?

Radio: WINZ-AM 940 and WBGG-FM 105.9, SiriusXM Channel 226

Online radio: SiriusXM Channel 819, TuneIn

Jimmy Cefalo will have the play-by-play, and Joe Rose and Kim Bokamper will serve as analysts for the Dolphins’ radio feed.

How to Watch the Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots Game Tonight: Kickoff Time, Live Stream

Football is back. Here’s what you need to know about how to watch Sunday Night Football tonight.

After a jam-packed lineup of football games today, Sunday Night Football returns for Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season. The Miami Dolphins visit the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium tonight — the first of two meetings this year between the AFC East rivals. Tonight’s matchup is expected to be one of the most exciting games of the week.

The Miami Dolphins started this season with a 36-34 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. While the Patriots may not have won their season opener, they nearly knocked off the defending NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday before falling 25-20.

How will the Week 2 Sunday Night Football game shake out? Here is everything to know about how to watch the Dolphins vs. Patriots game live at home.

When is the Dolphins vs. Patriots game?

The Sunday Night Football showdown between the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots is set to kick off Sunday, September 17, at 8:20 p.m. ET (5:20 p.m. PT).

How to Watch the Dolphins vs. Patriots Game Online

The Dolphins vs. Patriots game will be airing on NBC. If you don’t have cable, the most cost-effective way to watch tonight’s game is through a live TV streaming subscription to Sling TV as you’ll also be able to watch nearly every other NFL game this year, too.

Right now, there is a Sling TV deal offering 50% off your first month — bringing the Orange package with ESPN down to just $20 and the comprehensive Orange + Blue package down to $30. Sling TV comes with 50 hours of free cloud-based DVR recording space, perfect for recording all the season’s top NFL matchups.

The Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots game is also available to stream on Peacock where you can live stream all Sunday Night Football games. Peacock Premium plans are $5.99 per month, include ads and offer 80,000-plus hours of TV programming, movies, and sports. Or you can save 17% by choosing the annual package for $59.99.

As the official streaming service of the National Football League, NFL+ allows you to watch live NFL games on your mobile device. Starting at $40 per year (or $7 per month), NFL+ has access to NFL Network for live local and primetime regular and postseason games on your phone and tablet. You can also upgrade to NFL+ with NFL RedZone and watch up to eight NFL games simultaneously.

ESPN’s standalone streaming service, ESPN+, is another option for watching tonight’s Dolphins vs. Patriots game along with the rest of this season’s NFL games airing on ESPN. With it, you’ll be able to watch the ManningCast airing on ESPN2, too. ESPN Plus costs $10 per month or $100 with an annual subscription.

How to Watch Dolphins vs. Patriots Sunday Night Football on TV or Free Live Stream – Week 2

The Miami Dolphins (1-0) hit the road for an AFC East showdown against the New England Patriots (0-1) on Sunday, September 17, 2023 at Gillette Stadium.

In the story below, we’ll give you all the info you need to watch this game

on Fubo.

How to Watch Dolphins vs. Patriots

When: Sunday, September 17, 2023 at 8:20 PM ET

Where: Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts


Dolphins vs. Patriots Insights (2022)

The Dolphins racked up three more points per game (23.4) than the

Patriots allowed (20.4) last season.

Last season New England averaged just 2.1 fewer points per game

(21.4) than Miami surrendered (23.5).

The Dolphins collected 42.5 more yards per game (364.5) than the

Patriots gave up per outing (322) last season.

New England averaged 23.2 fewer yards per game (314.6) than Miami

allowed per contest (337.8) last season.

Last season, the Dolphins rushed for just 6.3 fewer yards (99.2) than the

Patriots allowed per contest (105.5).

New England rushed for 106.6 yards per game last year, just 3.6 more

yards than the 103 Miami allowed per contest.

The Dolphins had 21 giveaways last year, while the Patriots had 30


New England turned the ball over nine more times (23 total) than Miami

forced turnovers (14) last season.

Dolphins Away Performance (2022)

The Dolphins scored more points on the road last year (24.9 per game) than they did overall (23.4), but they also conceded more (30.6 per game) than overall (23.5).

On the road, the Dolphins accumulated more yards (371.1 per game) than overall (364.5). But they also conceded more (378.3 per game) than overall (337.8).

On the road last season, Miami picked up more passing yards (272.1 per game) than overall (265.4). But it also conceded more passing yards (253.9 per game) than overall (234.8).

On the road, the Dolphins picked up fewer rushing yards (99 per game) than overall (99.2). They also allowed more rushing yards (124.4 per game) than overall (103).

The Dolphins converted 38% of third downs in away games in 2022 (1.8% more than overall), and conceded on 48% on the road (6.4% more than overall).

Patriots Home Performance (2022)

At home last season, the Patriots averaged fewer points (19.5 per game) than they did overall (21.4). But they also allowed fewer at home (17.9) than overall (20.4).

The Patriots picked up 293.4 yards per game at home (21.2 fewer than overall), and gave up 306.3 at home (15.7 fewer than overall).

New England picked up fewer passing yards at home (198.8 per game) than it did overall (208), but it also gave up fewer at home (186.3 per game) than overall (216.5).

The Patriots picked up 94.6 rushing yards per game at home (12 fewer than overall), and allowed 120 at home (14.5 more than overall).

The Patriots converted 34.7% of third downs at home (0.2% less than overall), and conceded on 38.6% of third downs at home (1.6% less than overall).

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