- Ronnie Brown, Bill Belichick discuss the Wildcat; Notes from Wednesday's practice.
Patriots and Dolphins Injury Reports.
- Mike Reiss analyzes that First Downs have been a key factor in Miami's 6-4 record, diagrams out the Wildcat, has Welker's locker room video clip, and gives us his and Chris Gasper's Pats vs. Dolphins Three Keys to watch for.
- Karen Guregian says Rodney Harrison's presence has been sorely missed, but he is in constant contact with James Sanders and Brandon Meriweather to help out and offer encouragement.
- Mike Reiss notices Pierre Woods' significant increase in playing time since Adalius' Thomas' injury.
- Karen Guregian hears Vince Wilfork is highly eager for Sunday's rematch.
- Christopher Price writes New England's kickoff unit is struggling.
- Steve Buckley notes Bill Belichick lauds Bill Parcells' work in Miami.
- Ed Ryan feels the Defense now needs to overcome their injuries the way the offense has done.
- Robert Lee notes that Wes Welker is warming up for Sunday's game against his former team.
- Tom Wilcox points out that Benjamin Watson and Jabar Gaffney may have to be the primary receivers again, if Moss and Welker are double teamed.
- Globe's Patriots Notebook: Kevin Faulk has been playing the role of Ronnie Brown for the scout team; Parcells imprint on the Dolphins is measurable; Patriots injury update; practice notes and Patriots player chatter.
- Mike Lipka (STATS) presents his Patriots - Dolphins Preview and Head to Head Analysis.
Tom Wilcox gives us his Three Keys vs. the Dolphins.
- Tim Graham (ESPN): Miami wary of relatively quiet Randy Moss.
- Adam Schefter (NFL.com): Patriots choose quarterbacks wisely.
- Tim Graham (ESPN): Big November games are rare for Miami, and gives us Tony Sparano's view on why his injury reports are so empty, "In Sparano's world, you practice and you play through pain. If you can't go, you're headed to injured reserve."
Ian O'Connor (Fox Sports): Parcells vs. Belichick neck and neck for now.
VIEW FROM MIAMI
- Omar Kelly (Sun-Sentinel): Pennington has earned his teammates' respect with his intelligence, hard work and strong leadership.
- Jeff Darlington (Miami Herald): Patriots won't see same old Wildcat play from Miami Dolphins.
- Harvey Fialkov (Sun-Sentinel): Dolphins coach Sparano tries to shield team from hype as Patriots game nears.
Armando Salguero (Miami Herald): Is surprise element still a Miami Dolphins friend? and Miami Dolphins take 'really good' step to victory.