FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Quick hits from Wednesday's conference call with veteran Dolphins linebacker Jason Taylor:
1. He said the Dolphins' main problem is finishing, whether it's a series, a half, or the game. He said the players and coaches are searching for answers why. The Dolphins have given up 134 points in the fourth quarter, easily an NFL high.
2. Taylor believes rookie Patriots offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer is going to be a good player, and praised veteran Matt Light in the process. "I'm not ready to say [Vollmer] is Matt Light, because I think Matt Light is a heck of a player."
3. He said he was humbled by remarks made by Patriots coach Bill Belichick after the last meeting between the teams, when an NFL Films microphone picked up Belichick telling him that he was a Hall of Famer.
4. Taylor was asked about his decision to re-sign with the Dolphins this offseason, choosing Miami over New England. He said he has no regrets. He later pointed out that he hasn't burned any bridges, leaving open future possibilities.