MIA vs NEP, NFL 2020
Sunday, September 13, 2020 10:30 PM
In the NFL 2020, we have Miami Dolphins squaring off against New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
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The Dolphins were the last team the Patriots collided with during the 2019 regular season, and far to their surprise, the Patriots got the worst of the collision. The Dolphins, guided inspiringly by first-year coach Brian Flores, beat the Patriots, 27-24, at Gillette Stadium, wrecking New England’s bid for a bye and revealing flaws that might be fatally exposed by the Titans during a first-round loss.
Flores, who joined the Patriots as a scouting assistant in 2004 and ascended to become one among the foremost respected members of the coaching staff, must have felt something like vindication if not outright vengeance after the win. In Week 2, Bill Belichick had shown no mercy in routing the Dolphins, 43-0.
The Dolphins, who spent within the range of $200 million in representation within the offseason, signed linebackers Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts, and center/guard Ted Karras faraway from the Patriots. The Dolphins’ desire to hoard former Patriots is like what Bill Parcells tried to try to to when he bolted the Patriots for the Jets after the 1996 season.
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The Patriots, meanwhile, will look as unfamiliar as they need in years, and not simply because of 1 certain seismic departure. Yes, it really did end. After 20 seasons and 6 Super Bowl victories, Tom Brady migrated to Florida too, joining the Buccaneers.
Seeing Brady in Bucs colors — what’s that, pewter? — will never cease to be weird, but a minimum of the Patriots replaced him with Cam Newton, a former MVP with an intriguingly different skill set and his own fiery urge to prove that his skills remain intact.
With Brady gone, there’s a rush — and a wish — in other NFL cities to declare the Patriots dynasty dead. It strikes me as foolish to try to to such a thing goodbye as Belichick patrols their sideline, but there’s no denying much has changed after last season’s abrupt ending.
A convert the Dolphins Sunday wouldn’t just stand as small revenge for Flores’s revenge game last December. It also would stand as an early warning that Brady could also be gone, but the Patriots don’t decide to cede their usual spot atop the AFC East.
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One of the favored topics of speculation during this abbreviated training camp was why Belichick was so quick to praise Newton, who is trying to seek out his magic touch after two injury-plagued seasons. i think there are a couple of reasons for this.
He knows Newton, who even at his peak had a bent to mope when frustrations mounted, responds much better to positive reinforcement. He wants Newton — impossibly charismatic, hard-working, uber-talented, and admired by his NFL peers — to understand he’s appreciated, because his salary this year isn’t telling him that.
Also, Belichick is rejuvenated himself after a 20-year partnership with Brady that produced unprecedented success but also increasing nagging, this-again? headaches, particularly relative to Brady’s reliance on wannabe guru Alex Guerrero. (If only Belichick had bought a couple of $147 TB12 Wellness Bundles through the years to point out his support.)
Most of all, though, i think Belichick is genuinely intrigued by coaching Newton, an immense talent, personality, and physical specimen. Belichick isn’t just a part of NFL history, he knows NFL history also as anyone, and he has an almost giddy appreciation for exceptional players who haven’t any duplicates (think Randy Moss, or Jim Brown, or Lawrence Taylor, or maybe multiskilled originals like Doug Flutie and Troy Brown).
Newton is 6 feet 5 inches, 270 pounds, and has 58 rushing touchdowns. There’s never been anyone quite like him. Belichick is relishing the chance to teach him, and he’s not trying to cover it.
Can’t help but think the perception of the second-year receiver would be significantly different immediately had the officials not blown an important call against him in Week 14 last year against the Chiefs. With the Patriots trailing, 23-13, early within the fourth quarter, Harry took a brief pass from Brady, turned up the left sideline, blasted through defensive back Juan Thornhill, and dived for the pylon, extending the ball for what seemed like a 13-yard touchdown.
However, officials ruled, incorrectly, that Harry had stepped out of bounds at the three , and Belichick already had used his challenges. The Patriots settled for a field goal on the possession, and therefore the Chiefs prevailed, 23-16.
Yes, Harry had something of a lost first season, suffering a hamstring injury in camp, not making his debut until Week 11, and never getting into an equivalent book as Brady, including on an equivalent page. He finished with 12 catches for 105 yards in seven games, which isn’t what you were trying to find from a first-round pick who was chosen before productive receivers like A.J. Brown, Deebo Samuel, D.K. Metcalf, and Terry McLaurin.
Yet his promise was evident in bursts — the Chiefs play that ought to are a TD, touchdown catches against the Cowboys and Bengals, and even five carries on which he averaged 9.8 yards per attempt.
Harry didn’t have the dynamic training camp we were hoping to ascertain , but his size, aggressiveness, and skill to run after the catch should make him an appealing target for Newton, who isn’t as finicky as Brady when it involves trusting young receivers. Harry goes to form mistakes, but if he can stay the sector , he’s getting to help, perhaps tons.
MIA vs NEP – Team Squad
Miami Dolphins (MIA): Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tua Tagovailoa, Matt Breida Jr, Myles Gaskin, Jordan Howard, Patrick Laird, Malcolm Perry, Chandler Cox, Lynn Bowden, Isaiah Ford, Jakeem Grant, Mack Hollins, DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, Mike Gesicki, Adam Shaheen, Durham Smythe, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Jason Strowbridge, Jerome Baker, Sam Eguavoen, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Calvin Munson, Elandon Roberts, Andrew Van Ginkel, Kyle Van Noy, Xavien Howard, Noah Igbinoghene, Byron Jones, Nik Needham, Jamal Perry, Eric Rowe, Clayton Fejedelem, Kavon Frazier, Brandon Jones, Bobby McCain
New England Patriots (NEP): Brian Hoyer, Cam Newton, Jarrett Stidham, Rex Burkhead, Sony Michel, J.J. Taylor, James White, Jakob Johnson, Damiere Byrd, Julian Edelman, NKeal Harry, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski, Matthew Slater, Devin Asiasi, Ryan Izzo, Dalton Keene, Lawrence Guy, Derek Rivers, John Simon, Chase Winovich, Deatrich Wise Jr, JaWhaun Bentley, Shilique Calhoun, Brandon Copeland, Anfernee Jennings, Cassh Maluia, Josh Uche, Justin Bethel, Stephon Gilmore, J.C. Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Jason McCourty, Joejuan Williams, Terrence Brooks, Cody Davis, Kyle Dugger, Devin McCourty, Adrian Phillips
MIA vs NEP – Probable Playing 11
Miami Dolphins: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Patrick Laird, Matt Breida Jr, Jordan Howard, Isaiah Ford, Jakeem Grant, DeVante Parker, Adam Shaheen, Jason Strowbridge, Shaq Lawson, Eric Rowe
New England Patriots: Brian Hoyer, James White, J.J. Taylor, Rex Burkhead, Matthew Slater, Julian Edelman, NKeal Harry, Ryan Izzo, Stephon Gilmore, Justin Bethel, Cassh Maluia
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