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SPREAD – New England 8-4, Miami 7-5SERIES RECORD – Dolphins lead 54-52LAST MEETING – Patriots beat Dolphins 38-7, Sept. 30LAST WEEK — Patriots beat Vikings 24-10; Dolphins beat Bills 21-17AP PRO32 RANKING – Patriots No. 4, Dolphins No. 18PATRIOTS OFFENSE – OVERALL (7), RUSH (11), PASS (9).PATRIOTS DEFENSE – OVERALL (22), RUSH (13), PASS (24).DOLPHINS OFFENSE – OVERALL (29) RUSH (24), PASS (28).DOLPHINS DEFENSE – OVERALL (29), RUSH (30), PASS (21).STREAKS Damien Harris Jersey Boys , STATS AND NOTES – New England is 17-7 against Dolphins since 2007, but has lost four of past five at Miami. … Dolphins coach Adam Gase is 1-4 against Patriots. … In his past three home games against Patriots, QB Ryan Tannehill is 3-0 and has thrown for seven scores and 840 yards with one interception. … Patriots clinch 10th consecutive AFC East title with win or tie. … New England has won eight of past nine games to clinch 18th consecutive winning season, second-longest streak in NFL history. … Coach Bill Belichick earned 250th victory with Patriots last week, including playoffs. … QB Tom Brady has 579 career TD passes, including postseason, tied with Peyton Manning for NFL record. … Brady became 1,000-yard career rusher last week and is averaging 1.7 yards per carry. … Brady has won 12 of past 13 starts vs. AFC East. … FB James Develin has three TDs in five carries, including two scores last week. … Patriots haven’t allowed 100-yard rusher since Week 3. … RB Sony Michel ranks fourth among rookies with 649 yards rushing. … Patriots RBs combined for 45 touches last week. … Only one team has fewer sacks than Patriots’ 19. … New England ranked third worst in NFL in punt coverage. … Miami has been outgained by 1,168 yards and is on pace to break 1967 team record. … Dolphins rank third with 25 takeaways. … Tannehill has won his past eight home starts. … Dolphins LT Laremy Tunsil hasn’t allowed sack this season. … Five of WR Kenny Stills‘ 24 catches have gone for TDs. … RB Frank Gore is fifth in NFL in rushing yards since 2015. Gore has 18,414 career scrimmage yards and needs 43 to surpass LaDainian Tomlinson’s 18,456 for fifth in NFL history. … Former Patriots WR Danny Amendola leads Dolphins with 48 catches and 469 yards receiving. … Kiko Alonso is tied for second in NFL with 106 tackles Infant Damien Harris Jersey , and his three interceptions are tied for second among LBs. … RB Kenyon Drake is third Miami player ever to total at least four rushing and four receiving TDs in season. … K Jason Sanders is 16 for 17 on field goals, and his 94 percent success rate is on pace to set Dolphins record. … Fantasy tip: Dolphins have trouble covering TEs, and Rob Gronkowski has five TD catches in past six games against Miami. Let’s dig into the numbers of New England’s rookie class."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementNFL DraftPatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots 2019 NFL Draft Coverage10 statistics that help explain the Patriots’ 10 draft picksNew,15commentsRelated: First impression: Another typical Patriots draft EDTShareTweetShareShare10 statistics that help explain the Patriots’ 10 draft picksBrett Rojo-USA TODAY SportsThe New England Patriots made ten selections in the 2019 NFL draft, significantly bolstering the depth of their current roster while adding both starting talent and developmental potential to the team. Every one of the players picked by the Super Bowl winners brings specific strengths to the table, and here are ten statistics — compiled for most parts through Pro Football Focus’ draft guide — that help illustrate them.1-32 WR N’Keal Harry: 135.4N’Keal Harry is projected to serve primarily as a physical boundary receiver in New England’s offense, playing a similar role to the one held by Josh Gordon before his suspension last year. Like Gordon, the first-round rookie will likely also challenge opposing defenses deep — and his deep passing numbers from the 2018 season show that he should be up for the challenge: Harry was targeted deep 18 times and came away with 9 catches for 276 yards and 4 touchdowns.Arizona State quarterback Manny Wilkins registered a passer rating of 135.4 when going deep to the new Patriot, the highest among all of the 28 drafted wide receivers. Harry’s 14.9 yards per reception last year also reflect his abilities as a deep threat. When comparing that number to New England’s 2018 receiving group, it can be seen that only Gordon (18.0) and Chris Hogan (15.2) registered more yards per catch.2-45 CB Joejuan Williams: 48.0When New England traded up to draft Joejuan Williams in the second round, the team did so knowing that it would get a uncharacteristically tall cornerback that is versatile and physical enough to find success against tall receiver and tight ends. Williams’ success in this regard at Vanderbilt speaks for itself, with one number in particular standing out: he allowed only 48.0% of targets to be completed — 36 of 75 attempts.3-77 DE Chase Winovich: 11.8With Trey Flowers and Adrian Clayborn both leaving the team during the offseason Damien Harris Jersey Draft , the Patriots needed additional bodies on the defensive edge. They found Chase Winovich in the third round to provide depth as well as playmaking ability against both the pass and the run. Versus the pass, Winovich registered 53 hurries in 2018 — 5.0 sacks, 14 quarterback hits and 34 hurries — but it is work against the ground game that really jumps off the page.Last year, the Michigan product played 288 run-defense snaps and he registered a stop on 34 of them. His run-stop percentage of 11.8% ranks him fourth among all drafted defensive linemen: only first-round picks Quinnen Williams (14.2%), Montez Sweat (12.7%) and Christian Wilkins (11.9%) were more efficient when it comes to stopping the run than the Patriots’ third pick of the 2019 draft.3-87 RB Damien Harris: 3.2Despite the Patriots having one of the deepest running back groups in the NFL, they opted to add to the position with the 87th overall selection. Alabama’s Damien Harris is expected to serve as the 1B back alongside 2018’s first-rounder Sony Michel, and he certainly has the abilities to serve as an early down and goal line runner in New England — one capable of grinding out positive yards through contact, as his 3.2 average yards gained after initial contact in 2018 illustrates.3-101 OT Yodny Cajuste: 3.0Yodny Cajuste is a developmental offensive tackle, that is expected to start his career as a backup swing tackle behind projected starters Isaiah Wynn and Marcus Cannon. While he needs to refine his technique especially in the running game, Cajuste has already been quite effective as a pass blocker: West Virginia’s left tackle surrendered quarterback pressures on just 3.0% of his 394 pass blocking snaps last year. All in all, he surrendered no sacks, and only two hits and ten hurries.4-118 OG Hjalte Froholdt: 1.2As is the case with Cajuste Damien Harris NFL Jersey , pass blocking is also the forte of Hjalte Froholdt. In fact, the Patriots’ first selection of day three was even more successful (albeit while playing a different position): on 418 pass-blocking snaps, the Arkansas lineman surrendered just three hits and two hurries for a pressure rate of only 1.2%. While his run blocking needs some refinement, Froholdt’s fundamentals as a pass blocker certainly make for an intriguing prospect.4-133 QB Jarrett Stidham: 123.2The majority of Jarrett Stidham’s passing numbers do not stand out, and are likely a reason why he was still available in the fourth round. One statistic, however, pops out right away: his deep passing efficiency. The Auburn quarterback completed 18 of 51 attempts deep for 681 yards with 8 touchdowns and zero interceptions. Only one other quarterback that heard his name called — new Denver Broncos passer Drew Lock — registered a higher deep-field passer rating in 2018 than Stidham’s 123.2.5-159 DE Byron Cowart: 2Byron Cowart’s college career — one that started at Auburn before a transfer to Maryland — was nothing to write home about for a player that entered college as a five-star recruit. Few of his numbers do therefore jump off the page, but one stands out: the versatile lineman, who has experience playing both on the interior and the edge, registered two interceptions in 2018. New England, for comparison, did not see a lineman come up with a pick since Eric Lee accomplished the feat in week 13 of the 2017 season.5-163 P Jake Bailey: 61.7%Even though the Patriots re-signed incumbent Ryan Allen in free agency Damien Harris NFL Draft , they brought on some competition (for the second straight year, in fact): Stanford punter Jake Bailey. Allen has the experience, but New England’s fifth-round investment is certainly an intriguing player to watch for his leg strength and his ability to potentially also take pressure off place kicker Stephen Gostkowski as a kickoff specialist.Bailey succeeded in numerous metrics last year, but one is especially impressive: of his 68 punts, 37 landed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. His 61.7% rate on such kicks is noticeably better than Allen’s production in this area last year: New England’s punter saw only 21 of 64 punting attempts (32.8%) set the opponent up inside its own 20. Allen’s directional kicking was always one of his better attributes, so if Bailey is able to challenge him in this part of the game, New England might have someone else back in punting situations this season.7-252 CB Ken Webster: 22.231 cornerbacks were drafted before Ken Webster heard his name called with the antepenultimate selection in the entire draft. Of those 31, only seven rank ahead of the Mississippi defender when it comes to forcing incomplete passes in 2018: Webster was able to get his hands on 6 of the 27 passes thrown his way last year, for a forced incompletion percentage of 22.2%. He furthermore registered a pair of interceptions and surrendered a passer rating of just 58.1 — solid numbers for the seventh-round selection.

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