Dolphins LB Joey Porter, who let his play do the talking the last time New England and Miami met this season, is letting his mouth do the work prior to this weekend's match-up, as you'll see in this *USA TODAY *piece.
"We don't like them, they don't like us," Porter told reporters, among other things.
He's also begging fans to pack Dolphins Stadium for this game.
Given the current AFC East standings, some South Florida media are saying this is the Dolphins' biggest game in half a decade.
And the Miami players and coaches seem to recognize this, according to a *Miami Herald *feature.
A Palm Beach Post blog claims Miami coach Tony Sparano isn't intimidated by the prospect of facing Bill Belichick on the other sideline again.
The focus, at least in the media, back here in New England is all on Miami's Wildcat formation, which torched the Pats the first time around. Check out the pieces in the* Boston Herald and *Providence Journal.
The Boston Globe also has a feature on the tight end position and how it is playing a crucial role in New England's season.