Can anyone beat the New England Patriots?
And if so, can anyone be a team that started as one of the biggest disappointments of the NFL?
The Miami Dolphins, left for dead under Joe Philbin, have now won two straight games under interim coach Dan Campbell and have a shot at saving their season. The Dolphins have had easier challenges than the undefeated Patriots of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
New England has lost only once in its last 22 home games. The Patriots have scored 30 or more in their last six games. During the past dozen seasons, they have become the crown jewel of NFL franchises.
At the center of it all, of course, is Brady, who is off to one of his best seasons. Brady threw for 355 yards last week. Rob Gronkowski caught 11 of those passes for 108 yards.
Brady is 12-1 against the Dolphins and has won eight in a row.