Patriots Injury Report: Five Questionable For Miami Dolphins Opener

The New England Patriots have released the final injury report ahead of the game against the Miami Dolphins. It’s an important game for the team, but head coach Bill Belichick may be without some of his key players. The Dolphins will give him a big headache on Sunday. The Week 1 contest is important for the Patriots as they have to prove doubters wrong. The preseason was a bit ugly and the offense struggled a lot.

Jakobi Meyers’ injury makes everything worse. Yes, the Patriots added the leading wide receiver to the injury report. He was limited participant in practice and may miss the entire game.

Fans have some concerns after the Patriots released their final injury report

The Patriots listed the following players in their injury report:

S Joshuah Bledsoe, Groin
WR Jakobi Meyers, Knee
WR Ty Montgomery, Knee
CB Shaun Wade, Ankle
OT Isaiah Wynn, Back

Belichick and the Patriots traveled to Florida a few days ago. He wanted his players to get ready for the hot weather. Patriots players have no trouble playing in rain and snow, but they are definitely not used to the humidity in Florida.

Meyers is the top receiver for the Patriots and his absence may put a spell to this game. Montgomery has a big role in the passing game and the Patriots rely on his skills.

The Dolphins had five players on their injury report:

RB Salvon Ahmed, Heel
TE Tanner Conner, Knee
DT Raekwon Davis, Knee
S Eric Rowe, Pectoral
LB Andrew Van Ginkel, Not Injury Related — Illness

It’s an exciting game for every player on both teams. The Patriots haven’t won many games against the Dolphins. Their offense struggles, but hey, impossible is nothing. The hype surrounding this game will motivate players to do their best tomorrow. Belichick trusts his players. He trusts his starting quarterback. Mac Jones and his teammates will enter Sunday’s game with one goal. Win.

The 2022 season brought many challenges to the Patriots team. Let’s see how they respond to the new situation. Josh McDaniels won’t be at the sideline hyping players. He beat them in the preseason finale, remember? Yes, it’s really tricky.