The New England Patriots have been winning this season despite having none of last year’s top receivers on the team in 2013. However, ESPN reported on Oct. 25 that Danny Amendola, the man they brought in to replace Wes Welker will finally return from his concussion this week to play against the Miami Dolphins. Here is how you can follow the Patriots vs. Dolphins live stream and TV coverage of the game this weekend.
- Date: Oct. 27
- Time: 1 p.m. EST
- Location: New England
- TV: CBS
- Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, Game Rewind
Patriots Player to Watch: Rob Gronkowski
While Amendola is making his return this week, this will be Gronkowski’s second game back. In his first game, he was supposed to be on a limited snap count and still went over 100 receiving yards. He is best known for his touchdowns and this week should be when he starts scoring those again. Expect Gronkowski to make the Patriots even harder to beat.
Dolphins Player to Watch: Ryan Tannehill
The Miami Dolphins need to play a smart, mistake free game. However, Tannehill has regressed in his second season and has seven interceptions compared to nine touchdowns on the year. He had his worst two games of the season in two of the last three weeks and he needs to get his confidence back. If he struggles again this week, this could turn into a blowout.
The Miami Dolphins are an enigma and they should be able to win better than they have been. However, they need to play smarter football to beat teams like the Patriots. This week won’t be a win for the Dolphins as the Patriots should roll on as they get healthier and get their stars back on the field.