Here's a matchup to watch in the Week 16 game between the Patriots and Dolphins: Patriots CB Devin McCourty vs. Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall
The Dolphins' inability to win at home cost them in a Week 15 loss to the Bills that knocked them out of playoff contention.
Injuries to Brandon Marshall and Brian Hartline have thrust undrafted rookie WRs Marlon Moore and Roberto Wallace, a pair of guys the Dolphins are high on, onto the field.
WR Davone Bess led a resurgent Dolphins performance in Chad Henne's return to starting quarterback and sparked the team to a 33-17 victory over the Raiders.
The Dolphins downgraded WR Brandon Marshall to out for their Week 12 game against the Raiders. Marshall didn't practice all week and had been listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano is reportedly leaning toward starting Chad Henne at quarterback on Sunday.
The Bears don't have an elite player in the secondary with the talent to match Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall's talent.
While the appearance of a third-string quarterback usually would kill the fantasy value of a team's receiving corps, such is not the case in Miami.
Dolphins QB Chad Henne was one of the position's top fantasy sleepers heading into 2010, and he finally has begun to show why the past few weeks.
Dolphins WR Davone Bess has had a pretty good weekend. He caught a TD in the 'Fins' overtime win over the Packers in Week Six and reportedly became the highest-paid slot receiver in the NFL.
Each week we'll talk to former Patriots star and current broadcaster Gino Cappelletti. This week, Gino talked about what the Patriots' defense needs to do to beat the Dolphins on Monday night.
While it might appear that WR Brandon Lloyd's gaudy offensive numbers are coming from out of nowhere, we hear that the wide receiver has been working toward a breakout season for several years.
Here's a look at a key matchup heading into Monday night's game between the Patriots and Dolphins:
The Dolphins unleashed a potent passing game in Sunday night's loss to the Jets, but it was their once-reliable "Wildcat" that kept points off the board.
The Dolphins' new-look defense is the real deal after a stunning 14-10 win over the Vikings, but the passing game has yet to get going.