Dolphins have played much better the last two weeks, but the teams Miami has beaten have three combined wins. On Thursday, Miami takes on the unbeaten Patriots, who will provide the ultimate litmus test for Dan Campbell's team.
The Jets are now loaded at CB while the Pats will sure miss Darrelle Revis. The Dolphins and Titans also make big splashes with their pass-catching additions.
The big wave of free agency has come and gone, and the focus has turned to the draft, but that doesn't mean there still aren't holes to fill, some huge ones, for each of the NFL's 32 teams.
Tuesday nigth's 'Inside the NFL' had a fantastic behind the scenes look at Super Bowl 49.
Matthews had zero career catches coming into this game. He has two now.
Stopping the QBs in this Super Bowl will likely come down to each team's pass rush and unheralded nickel backs. Getting an early lead is also huge.
Secondary strength is huge for both Super Bowl teams. The Legion of Boom keeps it simple and plays fast, while there's nothing easy about Bill Belichick's back-end looks.
In ranking Super Bowl XLIV starters, the top of the list reveals defensive strength, though Tom Brady and Russell Wilson are among the top 10.
Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson form the backbone of the NFL's best running game.
Here are 49 things you need to know when the Patriots and the Seahawks clash on Super Bowl Sunday.

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