Patriots vs Dolphins Live: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel. Dolphins vs. Patriots 2021: Game time, TV schedule, online live stream. Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots 2021 Week 1 TV channel, broadcasters, radio coverage, online stream, odds, weather, and more The Miami Dolphins face the New England Patriots in a Week 1 contest later today, kicking off the 2021 NFL regular season. The Dolphins opened the 2020 season at the Patriots, then will do the same to start this season as well. The two teams will also close the 2021 season with a matchup, meaning they will not face each other again for 17 weeks.
With today’s game starting the season, this game will likely see both teams the healthiest they will be all season. That does not mean the teams are perfectly healthy, with former Dolphins turned Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Perry ruled out for the game, while Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams and left tackle Austin Jackson questionable for this afternoon. Jackson is returning to the active roster after having tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week; Jackson is vaccinated from the virus and has tested negative twice this week allowing him to be activated, but after a week of not practicing, the Dolphins could still elect to have him sit out the game.
Dolphins Radio Network, including WQAM 560 AM, KISS 99.9 FM, and WQBA 1140 AM (Spanish) in Dade/Broward; WUUB 106.3 FM and WEFL 760 AM (Spanish) in West Palm/Treasure Coast; ESPN 580 AM in Orlando; WRXK 96 FM in Ft. Myers; WPSL 1590 AM in Port St. Lucie; WKWF 1600 AM in Key West; Sirius channels: 134 (Dolphins), 81 (Patriots); XM Channels: 318 (Dolphins), 226 (Patriots)
uestionable: Wide receiver Preston Williams – foot (Dolphins); tackle Austin Jackson – illness (Dolphins); wide receiver Nelson Agholor – ankle (Patriots); tackle Yodny Cajuste – hamstring (Patriots); safety Jalen Mills – ankle (Patriots); linebacker Ronnie Perkins – shoulder (Patriots); Sunday update: The Dolphins removed Austin Jackson from the injury report, indicating he will be available for the game.
The New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins will face off at 4:25 p.m. ET Sept. 12 at Gillette Stadium to kick off their 2021 seasons. New England struggled last year, ending up 7-9. Meanwhile, Miami was not at the top of the league last season, but they wrapped up the year with a winning record of 10-6. A couple last-season defensive stats to keep an eye on: The Patriots snagged 18 interceptions last season, the most in the league. Miami was completely their equal: they collected 18 interceptions, too. New England has the odds in their favor, so they’ll need to guard against complacency. A victory is hardly a sure thing, especially this early in the season, so expect a good game. There was never much doubt that Jimmy G would be the opening day starter, but Lance has continued to wow the staff with his development and remarkable high-ceiling potential, and coach Kyle Shanahan will begin tapping into that Week 1. Lance dealt with a hand issue the last two weeks but did not show up on the final injury report and the staff has confidence in his ability to execute packages that accentuate his athleticism. The 49ers’ offseason was dominated by the quarterback machinations that ultimately led to them selecting Lance despite him barely playing last season for North Dakota State. While the mystery of those moves dominated the NFL media chatter at times, with Garoppolo’s future a major talking point, sources said Shanahan maintained a solid relationship with Garoppolo through the process and things never got acrimonious. It’s not lost on Garoppolo that his hold on the starting job could wane, even if he plays solid football (“Jimmy gets it,” as one source put it), and there still could be a win/win of sorts for the veteran quarterback and the team.