The New England Patriots are dominating the highly anticipated AFC East showdown against the 3-0 Miami Dolphins: playing sound in all three phases of the game, the Patriots jumped to a 24-0 lead in the first half. The final seven points came on a perfectly executed six-minute drive that was capped by a touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Phillip Dorsett:
Dorsett, who earlier in the game was the intended target on a Tom Brady interception, was able to shake cornerback Xavien Howard to get open. The former first-round draft pick then made a spectacular fingertip catch to prevent the football from hitting the ground. A great end to a very good first 30 minutes of football from a Patriots team that is so far showing who the class of the AFC East is.