ESPN Made Prediction For Dolphins-Patriots Game

Quarterback Tom Brady and his team will finish the regular season with an easy game against the Miami Dolphins. It may be an easy bite for the Patriots, but that doesn’t change the fact that they have to finish the game with a season. This victory will seal the Patriots at No. 2 seed of the conference. ESPN has a theory.

The Patriots smashed the Dolphins in Week 2 with a 43-0 score. Brady played an excellent game in the teams’ first meeting of the regular season. He completed 20 of 28 passes for 264 yards with two touchdowns. The Patriots are now one win away from locking up the No.2 seed, and ESPN expects an excellent performance from the GOAT on Sunday when Miami players come to Foxboro.

“Pats quarterback Tom Brady throws for 350-plus yards for the first time this season,” ESPN’s Dolphins reporter Cameron Wolfe shared his bold prediction for the Week 17 game. “The Dolphins’ young, constantly evolving secondary allowed Andy Dalton to throw for 396 yards last Sunday. During a ‘down year,’ Brady will get back on track in the regular-season finale against the Dolphins.”

TB12 came closer to the 300-yard threshold in the Week 16 game against the Buffalo Bills. The Patriots quarterback threw for 271 yards and a touchdown. The Bills came with a tough defense, but this didn’t stop the GOAT from scoring. Brady and Co. will have to try really hard in their regular-season finale, and we can already see the future Hall of Fame quarterback shut down Miami’s defense.

Most experts have predicted a win for TB12 and his teammates. The Patriots need this win. Head coach Bill Belichick needs this win. His players need this win. Let’s hope that New England will shut down the Fins. Brady played really great last Saturday, and the offense improved the game significantly. The Patriots nation has started celebrating the title because we all know that New England will win another title. Brady plays his best football, and his teammates contribute to the game. It’s a mild season for New England, but they will win it.

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