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Behind Enemy Lines: Brady Ready To Face Dolphins
By on November 28, 2012 at 12:05 pm

The Dolphins have had to deal with several mobile quarterbacks recently, to varying degrees of success. Russell Wilson, Jake Locker and Andrew Luck were all able to use their legs to extend plays.

This week, Miami’s defense probably won’t have that specific challenge, but they have to face perhaps the league’s best pocket passer, Tom Brady, the future Hall of Famer whose 8-1 TD-INT ratio is a league best.

Brady made his weekly appearance on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan Show and said that he watched some of the Dolphins-Seahawks game on his Sunday off to begin to prepare for this Sunday’s game.

Because it’s a divisional matchup, there shouldn’t be too much of an acclimation process early on–these two teams know each other well.

“We know the players,” Brady said.” It’s a team that we’ve always had a tough time with down in Florida. They’re athletic. They can rush the quarterback. Cameron Wake’s one of the best players we play all season. Very good third-down defense, good secondary.

“It’s going to be a fun game. I’m ready to get back out there.”

The Dolphins last beat the Patriots at home in 2009.

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