QB Tom Brady
The Dolphins have been awful against the pass this year, and white-hot Brady has torched this team for 8 TDs and just one pick in his last three trips to Miami. Look for him to put up around 300+ yards and 2-3 scores this time around.
WRs Wes Welker, Brandon Lloyd, Julian Edelman
The Dolphins’ respectable run defense means that the Pats will probably be forced to the air early and often. Welker should be the biggest beneficiary, so you can pencil him in for 100 yards. Lloyd should also be a solid bet for 60+ and a score. Edelman hasn’t quite cleared all of the hurdles needed to return after his concussion and is likely to be a game-time decision. If he can go, he should be a decent play in the flex spot.
RBs Stevan Ridley, Shane Vereen, Danny Woodhead
Miami’s run defense is stout, but New England’s no-huddle attack could still create a few running lanes. This could be one of the team’s poorest rushing matchups, but I still think Ridley should exceed ...