The Miami Dolphins (3-3) head to Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday to take on the division-leading New England Patriots (5-2).
The Dolphins have lost three in a row, their last two defeats coming after late field goals by the Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills.
Meanwhile, the Patriots have lost two of their last three contests, falling to the New York Jets in overtime last Sunday.
Tom Brady and the New England offense have struggled lately. Brady's completion percentage and quarterback rating numbers are down, and the offseason departures of wide receiver Wes Welker and tight end Aaron Hernandez appear to be leaving their mark
Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins are still turning the ball too often and at the most inopportune times. Tannehill remains the most sacked quarterback in the league and is among the leaders in turnovers. Miami is saddled with one of the worst rushing attacks in the NFL. Fortunately for the Dolphins, New England's run defense is the second-worst in the league.
Despite their recent struggles, the Patriots are 3-0 at home this year.
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