A Look and Breakdown of Miami’s 2011 Regular Season Slate

The Dolphins 2011 season starts off with a bang, as the team will take on the Pats at Sun Life Stadium on Monday, September 12th. This game could have a bearing on the rest of the season, as it could show just how close the Fins are to the top team in the division.

The next two weeks the Texans come calling, and then the team heads North to Cleveland to take on the Browns, a team that will have a new coach and may have early growing pains, a good thing early in the year for the Dolphins.

A key three-game stretch starts on October 30th when the team hosts the Washington Redskins, and then the following week they are home for the Bills. Then on Thanksgiving, the team will go to Dallas to play Tony Romo and the Cowboys in the annual holiday game.

The year wraps up with three games against AFC East foes, as the team will play at Buffalo on December 18th, then at the Pats on Christmas Eve the 24th before hosting the Jets in the finale on New Years Day.

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