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Ryan Shazier of the Pittsburgh Steelers said earlier this offseason that the NFL had a "Patriots problem."
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh apparently disagrees. ,Authentic Everson Griffen Jersey,While that may be the case when you consider New England has won two out of the last three Super Bowls and have been the class of the league since 2001 when Tom Brady and Bill Belichick got the ball rolling on their dynastic run
“No,Authentic Stefon Diggs Jersey, I have a ton of respect for them, I do not agree,” Suh said while appearing on ESPN on Monday, but without question, almost a perfect game in a lot of ways because they’ve got great coaching and obviously great players and talent on their side of the ball. So you’ve got to be going on all cylinders. Without question, via Pro Football Talk. “I think the Patriots are definitely beatable. It’s just a matter of playing a good game,Authentic Linval Joseph Jersey,Authentic Sam Bradford Jersey, they’re definitely beatable as everybody is in the league.”
This narrative is in line with what Suh had said earlier this offseason about the Patriots admitting his Dolphins team will never be scared to face them.
” Suh said. “What we do as the Dolphins,“[Making the Patriots the division favorite] is an easy thing to do, we put our downs head and we go to work. We’ve beaten them before. We’ve had success against them and really look forward to repeating that as we go out there in this upcoming 2017 season.”, and it’s a great opportunity to create conversation
Last season New England swept the season series against the Dolphins and have been winners in 11 of their last 14 matchups with their AFC East rivals.
Brady has won 20 of the 29 games he's started against the Dolphins throwing for over 6,600 yards to go along with 52 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.,Womens Harrison Smith Jersey,Womens Linval Joseph Jersey,Womens Everson Griffen Jersey,Womens Sam Bradford Jersey,Womens Stefon Diggs Jersey,Over the course of his career