Dolphins rookie linebacker Koa Misi has been impressive after just three regular season games. In Buffalo, he took on blockers that allowed guys like Dansby and Wake to put pressure on the quarterback. In Minnesota, he fell on a Brett Favre fumble for his first-ever NFL touchdown.
Koa and the rest of the Dolphins defense will need to step up against the league’s 7th best offense with New England quarterback Tom Brady a win away from becoming the fastest quarterback to amass 100 victories in the Super Bowl era.
I talked to Koa about the how the team needs to get after Brady to disrupt their offense. We also talked about what the team needs to do to prevent New England’s tight ends from becoming a problem, and how important it is for the team to head into the bye week at 3 and 1.
You can watch the interview with Koa here:
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