Patriots vs Dolphins Thursday Night Football Coverage, TV Schedule and Preview

The Miami Dolphins played a high-powered offense last week, can they match that of the the New England Patriots on Thursday Night Football?

Tom Brady is playing the best start of his career, can he beat the Dolphins defense? The New England Patriots host the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football in Week 8 of NFL Schedule, October 29 start time at 8:25 PM ET, at Foxborough Stadium.

The Miami Dolphins (3-3) are coming from a 44-26 win over the Houston Texans last week in which they outscored their opponents 41-0 at halftime. Ryan Tannehill completed 18 of 19 passes for 282 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Dolphins. On the ground, Lamar Miller rushed for 175 yards and one touchdown in 14 attempts while Jonas Gray added 48 yards in 12 tries. In the receiving end, Jarvis Landry had 83 yards and two touchdowns in five catches while Rishard Matthews added 75 yards and one touchdown in three receptions.

On the season, the Miami Dolphins average 248.5 yards in passing and 117.5 yards in rushing. Defensively, Miami yields 240.5 yards in passing and 129.3 yards in rushing.

The New England Patriots (6-0) are coming from a 30-23 win over rival New York Jets last week. Tom Brady completed 34 of 54 passes for 355 yards and two touchdowns against no interceptions while he led in rushing with 15 yards and one touchdown. In the receiving end, Rob Gronkowski had 108 yards and one touchdown in 11 receptions while Danny Amendola added 86 yards and one touchdown in eight catches. Julian Edelman contributed 54 yards in five catches.

On the season, the New England Patriots average 327.2 yards in passing and 83.7 yards in rushing. Defensively, the New England Patriots yield 248.3 yards in passing and 110.3 yards in rushing.

Patriots vs Dolphins game schedule info:

Date: October 29, 2015
start Time: 8:25 PM ET
TV Schedule: CBS Sports
Live Stream: CBS Stream, NFL Game Pass
Odds and Point Spread: -7.5 New England, 51.0 O/U
Prediction: New England wins but will not cover the spread

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