Colin Cowherd Sums Up Patriots’ Smashing Of Dolphins With Three Words

The New England Patriots were excellent in Miami. Antonio Brown had a big role during the game, and the team didn’t waste much time before mixing him in the plan. Brown had a great debut with four catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. TB12 found Brown three times on the opening drive, and they almost connected for a second touchdown later in the match. Colin Cowherd sums up the big win over Miami.

“Patriots-Dolphins: TB to AB,” Cowherd said Monday on FS1’s “The Herd.” “Seventy-second player. That in itself is remarkable, to catch a touchdown pass from Tom Brady. He may be the most talented, or the second-most talented after Randy Moss. It felt like, to me, New England was experimenting in the first half with this offense. Patriots, 38 points per game. Listen, if we’re going to give Lamar (Jackson) credit for chewing up the Dolphins, we gotta give Tom Brady some credit. I think the AB thing is a must-have, as long as Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid are together. I think that’s why they did it. They’re looking around the room and thinking, ‘We got one obstacle in the AFC and it’s Andy Reid and Mahomes and Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce and we’re not going to be outmanned.’”

The Patriots are perfectly equipped for the upcoming season. They have the best organization in the NFL. Brady shared a photo of him and Brown.

“Just getting started,” he wrote. This explains pretty much everything.

Brady didn’t put much emphasis to Brown regarding the game, but he did praise his work on the field.

“I thought he did a great job,” Brady said of Brown during his weekly radio appearance on WEEI’s The Greg Hill Show. “To come in on a short week and then to establish a role for himself. It’s easy to see why he’s been an All-Pro. Just having one game under our belt together, there’s a lot of things I learned and he made a great catch on the touchdown and got us going early in the game.”

Let’s see what happens this weekend.

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