Patriots and Dolphins week 2 matchup in Miami was nothing less of a shutout. New England offensively succeeded as Tom Brady connected with his Offense full of weapons. Brady immediately also was building his QB-WR relationship with the newest addition to the offense All-Pro Receiver Antonio Brown. Brown in his New England debut looked very well on the offense as you can tell him and his quarterback were adjusting to each other’s elite status of play and timing.
Brown led the Patriots In receiving on the day with 4 catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. Brown’s Touchdown brought the stadium to an uproar seeing the Miami Native haul in the back shoulder fade in the endzone. Tom Brady had a solid day passing 20/28 for 2 touchdowns and a day free of interceptions. Michel led in Rushing 21 carries for 85 yards and a touchdown as well. Patriots Defense picked a ShutOut this game leaving the Dolphins scoreless all game.
Dolphins offense struggled going 3 and out on a consistent basis resulting in them being scoreless upon the Patriots. Defensively Miami made stops but struggled containing the New England high powered offense full of weapons. In result the Patriots beat the Dolphins 43-0.
By Jay Burley