"This was a great opportunity to come here".
It's another Sunday of Breakfast at Wimble... er, Wembley Stadium in London as the Miami Dolphins take on the New Orleans Saints. "My dad's a big Seattle Seahawks fan". They've only held a lead for eight and a half minutes so far in two combined games.
Carolina Panthers (2-1) at New England Patriots (2-1), 1 p.m., FOX: Carolina quarterback Cam Newton struggled in the Panthers' most recent loss against New Orleans in a game where Newton threw under 200 yards and had three interceptions.
SNEAD'S AVAILAIBILITY: Saints receiver Willie Snead is eligible to play for the first time this season after serving a three-game suspension for a drunk driving arrest. And so I definitely appreciate what's going on, and what the situation is. "To me, he's at his best when he gets in his rhythm". He literally wears his Saints devotion on his arm.
On their first drive of the game, the Dolphins made a decision to try and fool the Saints defense by running out of the wildcat.
The last thing they want is another road trip after being displaced by Hurricane Irma.
You never hear a player say his team had a bad week of practice after a losing effort as Ajayi said following such a putrid loss. The team suspended him for the Jets game before reinstating him this week, when he is expected to play against the Saints.
-Dolphins WR DeVante Parker, who has been a favorite target of QB Jay Cutler on 50-50 balls, vs. Saints rookie CB Marshon Lattimore, the 11th pick of the draft. This season, the Panthers bring their 2-1 record under new head coach Butch Davis into the rematch in South Florida. "Jordan was playing really well before he got hurt", Gase said.
Not everyone was in on what the party was all about. The Dolphins were 30th against the run on the season.
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"It just amazes me with everything going on in this world, especially involving the United States, that's what you're concerned with, my man", Thomas had said in the locker room.
Professional football is a hard thing to predict and we could get some pretty unpredictable football for breakfast on Sunday with a second-straight matchup in London for Week 4.
This is the look of a man who just doesn't care what people think.
"I watch [our defense] play and I watch the effort they play with", Gase said.
"Nobody cares", guard Jermon Bushrod said.
"That's what it's been like for us" this week, he said.
A day later, Trump extended his anti-protest message by taking shots at the league's commissioner, Roger Goodell, tweeting that he is "trying to justify the total disrespect certain players show to our country".