CBS Sports color commentator Phil Simms will be at Land Shark Stadium to call Sunday's game between the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins and shared a couple quick thoughts on the matchup.
On the Patriots:
"I think anytime you play on a Monday night in an emotional game as big as the one in New Orleans, there's always a concern. But the good thing for New England is they are playing Miami. They're in their division. It is a rival, and they know for Miami one more loss and their season is over. All that really adds to the game and makes it more compelling."
On the Dolphins:
"For Miami, the question always is how will they generate enough offense to win? They're going to get some ideas from watching tape of the New Orleans Saints. But can they execute them? Can they duplicate it? I have to see it to believe it. Now that Ronnie Brown is out, it's going to be a struggle to get yards, make plays and score enough points to beat a team like New England. Even if Miami has a great day defensively, New England is still going to score their share of points because of Tom Brady, Randy Moss and all their other offensive playmakers."