Key matchups for Sunday's Dolphins-Pa...

Key matchups for Sunday's Dolphins-Patriots game

There are 4 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 19, 2008, titled Key matchups for Sunday's Dolphins-Patriots game. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

TE Anthony Fasano vs. SS Brandon Meriweather Fasano has caught one pass the past two games, but look for the Dolphins to attack the middle of the field.

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Atlanta, GA

#1 Nov 19, 2008

Omar how about Jason Allen vs. Randy Moss, Partiots love going 3 wide and forcing teams to play their nickle packages, Jason Allen then swaps with Will who inturn covers the slot, Jason goes outside. Don't you think this is a match-up BB might think to exploit.

How about, Ty Warren vs Vernon Carey...
Last week Carey looked like he was thinking more about his contract then his game. A struggling "Ike!" doesn't help much inside. Where do you think BB is sending his blitzes?

One more I like, Andre Goodman vs Wes Welker...
If this is how it plays out, I think this will be a very competative match-up. Andre has been outstanding this year using his quickness to deflect passes and disrupt plays, now he goes against the leagues quickest WR Wes Welker.

I think BB will work to exploit our secondary and plans on nothing but forcing our team to score. With some steady blitzing from the right side of the offensive line expect Mike Vrabel & Jerod Mayo to get involved. This is going to be a tough one folks but I'm riding the wave. I expect a sold-out crowd; alot of noise, enough to disrupt the Patriots paralizing two minute offense. I see Vonnie Holiday getting after the QB and Penington having an outstanding game.

Dolphins win 27-24!

Atlanta, GA

#2 Nov 19, 2008
Still a fan though, great job this year Omar

Kissimmee, FL

#3 Nov 22, 2008
Satele and the right side of the offensive line will be a major issue in this game. Carey knows his job and should man up. Right guard has got to make a big step up here. Pennington is a master at finding and taking what the defense is giving him. Passing game should be ok if pass protection holds up. The Dolphins secondary will be tested big time this game. Casell is getting better each game. Blitzing him from everywhere will be a big part of getting him out of the comfort zone he has acquired as of late. He has two of the best receivers in the game. I hope they can stop them. Two different game plans on both sides of the ball in each half will be important. I'm hoping they beat them good.


#4 Nov 23, 2008
perspective wrote:
I'm hoping they beat them good.
Oh, the Pats did....48-28. Pennington (the master" is a loser.

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