Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots | NFL Week 12 Game Preview

Three things to know and the predicted winner for the Week 12 matchup between AFC East rivals, the 4-6 Miami Dolphins and the 8-2 New England Patriots. Watch Dolphins vs. Patriots Sunday, Nov. 26, 1:00pm EST on CBS.

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  1. I used to be a dolphin fan before they started kneeling. I’m sooooooo frickin happy right now. Lmao. Support the Miami Hurricanes instead of these disrespectful scumbags.

  2. And this is why I do not watch Miami Dolphins football games anymore. I'm just so sick & tired of my m .d. losing all the time game after game after game. I think two things should happen here. Either they get a new coach for Miami Dolphins that can get the job done the right. So thisway the Dolphins can win more games or they can go out and get all new young guys to play better & that are in much better shape.

  3. You people should be supporting the Miami Hurricanes, Florida Seminoles or Florida Gators. Screw the disrespectful unpatriotic kneeling Dolphins.

  4. Patriots 31, Dolphins 14. The Dolphins needed Jay to run the ball, now the pass defense will be called on to stop Brady with no run game to control time of possession.

  5. This is an excellent video. I like the calm breakdown of the factors that are most likely to influence the game. It's organized, well put together, and concise.

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