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13 thoughts on the Patriots win over the Dolphins 2020

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13 thoughts on the Patriots win over the Dolphins 2020

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‪Today is the first day in 9 years that the Patriots aren’t playing on Championship Sunday 😞‬

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This is what the NEW Patriots uniforms will look like (or similar to), per source. No 90’s blue and no logo change.

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FOXBORO — Patriots Game Recap | Patriots Beat Dolphins 21-11 in 1st Game of Cam Newton Era

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The New England Patriots officially closed the books on the Tom Brady era and kicked off the Cam Newton era with a 21-11 victory over the Miami Dolphins. Conor and Ray are excited and they don’t care who knows it.

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Thirteen thoughts on the Patriots’ win over the Dolphins … 1. It was odd Sunday to see someone other than Tom Brady orchestrating the Patriots’ offense. I can’t imagine how odd it was for someone a decade or two or three younger, who has known only Brady (with the occasional Jimmy Garoppolo, Jacoby Brissett, or Matt Cassel cameo) during this franchise’s run of football prosperity. It’s strange to see someone other than Brady front and center on CBS’s promos, too. He was the center of everything for so long. Maybe it was different for you, but Sunday is when it really settled in that he’s no longer here. 2. It’s also when we realized that’s just fine. Cam Newton isn’t Brady, because no one has ever been. But he’s an exceptional quarterback in a different way, one with impossible charisma and, from what we saw during the Patriots’ 21-11 win, one with all of his superman skills intact. No, it wasn’t a perfect day for the Patriots; they let the Dolphins hang around too long. Newton wasn’t perfect, either. He needs to be quick to abandon a bad play, as Tony Romo mentioned a few times on the broadcast). But it was a historic day, the official end of the Brady era and the beginning of something else intriguing, and this much we did learn: More often than not, watching Newton is going to be a lot of fun. 3. Newton completed 15 of 19 passes for 155 yards, ran – yes, a Patriots quarterback that runs by design, a welcome flashback to ’76 Steve Grogan – for 75 yards and two scores, and converted a crucial fourth-and-1 with under 6 minutes left to play to lead the Patriots to victory. Perhaps the most encouraging sign? I’m pretty sure we can set aside any concerns about Newton’s arm strength stemming from his shoulder injury two years ago. His first throw as a Patriot was a dart to Edelman that traveled 29 yards in the air, from the release at the Patriots’ 39 to when it hit Edelman’s hands at the Miami 32. 4. Unfortunately, it wasn’t Newton’s first completion as a Patriot. Edelman dropped the pass after absorbing a hit from Dolphins safety Bobby McCain, and a promising first drive fizzled out a few players later. Edelman had 10 drops last year and another in the single playoff game. His drops percentage, 9.6 percent, wasn’t brutal, but that is one area of his game he could tighten up this year. Receivers do tend to drop more catchable balls as they get older. 5. Newton’s first completion might have been his most impressive, a rifle shot to Ryan Izzo on the third possession that picked up 25 yards. He didn’t spread the ball around much, with Julian Edelman (five catches), N’Keal Harry (five), and James White (three)on the receiving end of 13 of his 15 completions. But that will probably change once Newton gets more comfortable in the offense and with the personnel. I’m really curious to see whether Devin Asiasi or Dalton Keene (who was inactive Sunday) emerges as a threat at tight end. 6. Speedy rookie J.J. Taylor had a reception during a third-quarter sequence in which he touched the ball three times in a row. He might end up being a secret weapon for this team, sort of a smaller version of Dion Lewis (which is saying something, since the diminutive Lewis wasn’t exactly a clone of Sam Cunningham). There is plenty of opportunities for young players to emerge this year. Taylor looked like he may be one. Second-year defensive back Jojuan Williams, who played a very physical game, might be another. And it was nice to see Derek Rivers, who has battled injuries for the first three years of his career, pick up a sack. 7. N’Keal Harry’s talent is obvious. Unfortunately, so too is his unreliability. The Patriots were on the verge of going up 21-3 late in the third quarter when Harry – who had been a significant part of the drive – fumbled the ball through the end zone while committing the sin of trying to stretch the ball to the pylon. The touchback – a dumb but longstanding rule – turned the ball over to the Dolphins, who, reinvigorated, charged down the field to cut the Patriots’ lead to 14-11. So maddening. The Patriots almost need to count on him, but he needs to prove they can. 8. Edelman’s first reception was the 600th of his career. Remarkable for a seventh-round pick in the 2009 draft who, as you may have heard, played quarterback in college. In case you were wondering like I was, his first reception came in Week 2 of the 2009 season, a 10-yard grab against the Jets en route to an 8-catch performance (on 16 targets). How long ago was that? Brady completed a pass to Joey Galloway that day before he found Edelman.
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