Ndamukong Suh Says He Thinks the Patriots Can Be Beat

The Patriots have won eight consecutive AFC East titles and 13 of the past 14, with the Dolphins interrupting that streak (in 2008) only when Tom Brady tore his ACL in New England’s opener.

But the Dolphins’ Ndamukong Suh remains undaunted by any of that, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

“I think the Patriots are definitely beatable,” Suh said on ESPN on Monday. “It’s just a matter of playing a good game, almost a perfect game in a lot of ways because they’ve got great coaching and obviously great players and talent on their side of the ball. So you’ve got to be going on all cylinders. Without question, I have a ton of respect for them, but without question, they’re definitely beatable as everybody is in the league.”

Suh’s comments came a couple weeks after he declared that the Dolphins have “never been scared” of the Patriots.

Asked about Pittsburgh linebacker Ryan Shazier’s comments that the league has a “Patriots problem,” Suh said he didn’t agree.

“[Making the Patriots the division favorite] is an easy thing to do, and it’s a great opportunity to create conversation,” Suh said. “What we do as the Dolphins, we put our downs head and we go to work. We’ve beaten them before. We’ve had success against them and really look forward to repeating that as we go out there in this upcoming 2017 season.”

New England has won four of the past five against Miami and 11 of the past 14. The teams meet Nov. 26 in Massachussets and Dec. 11 on a Monday night in Miami.


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