The New England Patriots are trying to heat things up a bit, as they prepare for the Miami Dolphins in the season opener.
But they’re doing something different this time around. The team will leave for Florida on Tuesday next week, according to 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Alex Barth. This will give them time to get acclimated to the temperatures of South Florida. The weather calls for scattered thunderstorms and 80 percent humidity, with temperatures in the low 90s.
They will also practice at Palm Beach Atlantic University, as they look to record their first win against the Dolphins since September 13, 2020.
Miami took care of business in the last meeting between the two teams, beating New England by a 33-24 score. New England gained 379 yards of offense in the contest. But they have not won in Miami since September 15, 2019.
Now, the Patriots will try to end their losing streak, as they gear up for a challenging month of September.