Ronnie Brown scores 5 TDs as Dolphins crush Patriots

Ronnie BrownMiami head coach Tony Soprano decided to give Ronnie Brown the start at running back Sunday in New England.

Good call, coach.

Brown rushed for four touchdowns and even threw for one in the Dolphins’ 38-13 thrashing of the Patriots.

Lining up mostly in the “Wildcat” formation, which is largely used at the collegiate level, Brown rushed for 113 yards and his one pass attempt was good for a 19-yard touchdown to tight end Anthony Fasano. Brown’s touchdown runs were good from 2, 15, 5 and 62 yards.

It was amazing to watch Brown and the Miami offense do absolutely anything they wanted to against Bill Belichick’s defense, shredding New England for 461 total yards and 38 points. Even when the Pats had no idea how to stop Brown, even though they knew he would run the ball when he was lined up at quarterback and in the shotgun.

What a great idea for the Dolphins to run that offense knowing Belichick and the Patriots wouldn’t see it coming. Soprano and offensive coordinator Dan Henning look like geniuses. New England hasn’t lost a regular season game in 21 tries and a college offense beats them. Amazing.

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