TV: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell on call

The New England Patriots host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, and Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Dan Fouts (analysis) and Jenny Dell (sideline) will call the game on CBS. This is their second Patriots game of the season:

Patriots broadcast pairings

at Dolphins: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Evan Washburn (CBS)

at Vikings: Eagle, Fouts, Dell (CBS)

vs. Raiders: Gumbel, Green, Washburn (CBS)

at Chiefs: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (ESPN)

vs. Bengals: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (NBC)

at Bills: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa (Fox)

vs. Jets: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (CBS)

vs. Bears: Sam Rosen, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Fox)

vs. Broncos: Nantz, Simms, Wolfson (CBS)

at Colts: Michaels, Collinsworth, Tafoya (NBC)

vs. Lions: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Fox)

at Packers: Nantz, Simms, Wolfson (CBS)

at Chargers: Michaels, Collinsworth, Tafoya

Leftover, Part I, from Patriots-Chargers broadcast (Collinsworth on Brandon Browner’s penalties): “You have to wonder if Belichick is getting a little bit of sick of it, because this is a team that has been known over the years for their discipline. He comes in and definitely adds a little edge, but that is a lot [of penalties].”

Leftover, Part II, from Patriots-Chargers broadcast (Collinsworth on receiver Brandon LaFell's emergence): "He is a guy that makes the difficult catches look so easy. The Kansas City game [Sept. 29] was the time Tom Brady said, 'I saw him break a couple of tackles and go for a touchdown; this guy is way better in pads than he is practicing in shorts.'"

Leftover, Part III, from Patriots-Chargers broadcast (Michaels and Collinsworth on defensive end Rob Ninkovich): "He is in on almost every defensive play; he's played more percentage of snaps than any defensive lineman for any team in the league this year ... So many times he has to do the dirty jobs -- jamming tight ends and receivers."

Leftover, Part IV, from Patriots-Chargers broadcast (Collinsworth on Chandler Jones): "This is a different defense when he is on the field because he is the guy that can get that singular pressure. Now the pressure comes more from guys in blitz situations."