One playoff game seems to have given the Miami Dolphins plenty of confidence.
Having lost three of the four meetings with the New England Patriots since his arrival in convincing fashion, Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh claims his team isn’t frightened by the defending Super Bowl champs even after the Pats’ superb offseason.
“We understand that we need to have certain particular game plans for them, as they do for us.” Suh told NFL Network about the Patriots on Thursday. “Taking that into account, I think one of the great things about Miami and this team, we’ve never been scared of the New England Patriots. We never will be.
“So, with that being said, when we play them late in the season, we’ll be prepared.”
The Dolphins will have plenty of time to prepare for the Patriots in 2017 as their first of two meetings won’t occur until Week 12. But having been outscored 112-65 in the four games against New England since Suh was signed, perhaps some fear is warranted.
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