Will Brady’s Struggles in Miami Continue Sunday?
The New England Patriots go into Miami Sunday to take on debatably the worst football team in the NFL. The Patriots though have lost the last 5 out of 6 games in Miami. However, will the results this Sunday be different?
The Patriots are currently a 19.5 favorite, which is an outrageous line. However, both teams had very different season openers, so these results could potentially meet expectations.
Patriots favored by 19 points in Week 2 at Dolphins. The last time a road team was favored by that many points was in 2007, when New England was a 19.5 favorite at Baltimore. Disregard: Tom Brady has as many losses in Miami since 2013 (1-5) as he does at Gillette Stadium (50-5).
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) September 10, 2019
This should be a game that the Patriots easily take care of. However, for some reason it feels like every time Brady walks into Hard Rock Stadium, he simply can’t produce. Most games in Miami are usually dog fights between the two teams.
This Patriot’s team, in my opinion, is comparable to the 2007 team. We all know how the ending of that season, but everyone knows that team was one of the best teams in NFL history.
Miami is going through a lot of negative times as a franchise right now. Most of the team has already reportedly ask for trade after an embarrassment loss last Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
I can’t imagine the Patriots losing this game. Their offense is completely stacked this weekend with Antonio Brown potentially playing, despite the accusations against him. Their defense will get back Kyle Van Noy, to add to their already talented defense. I really expect this game to be over by mid-third quarter.
–Zachary Connell (@ZackConnell2)