" The New England Patriots play the first of two consecutive road games when they face the Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium. A win by the Patriots will clinch New England’s fifth consecutive AFC East title, and the team’s 11th division title in 13 seasons.
Olivier Vernon #50 of the Miami Dolphins sacks Geno Smith #7 of the New York Jets (Credit, Al Bello/Getty Images)
The Dolphins are in second place in the AFC East with a 7-6 record, three games behind the 10-3 Patriots. When the teams last met October 8 in Foxboro, the Patriots overcame a 17-3 halftime deficit to earn a 27-17 victory. This division rivalry dates back to 1966, when the Dolphins began play as an American Football League expansion team. The Dolphins lead the all-time regular season series 49-44, but the Patriots lead the all-time postseason series 2-1. The teams last met in the playoffs on December 28, 1997 at Foxboro Stadium with the Patriots winning 17-3 in the AFC Wild Card Playoffs "
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