New England Patriots: Three Offensive Keys To Victory Versus Miami Dolphins

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Dec 15, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Davis (29) brings down New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola (80) late in the game at Sun Life Stadium. Miami defeated New England 24-20. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

The New England Patriots will get the 2014 regular season underway on Sunday, as they head down to Florida to take on their longtime divisional nemesis, the Miami Dolphins.

On paper, this looks like a mismatch, and it may very well turn out to be a lopsided contest. But the Dolphins always give the Pats a good game, and not only that, Tom Brady generally doesn’t play too well in the hot Florida weather. When you add those two things together, I think we will get an exciting first game of the year between these two squads.

If the Patriots want to get out of this weekend with a perfect 1-0 record, there are a few things they must accomplish. Today, I will detail the top three offensive keys, and tomorrow, I will release three defensive keys for New England. Enjoy!

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