DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins (3-3) have perhaps their toughest game of the season this week. They travel to Gillette Stadium on a short week of preparation to play the defending champion New England Patriots (6-0). Miami hasn’t won in Gillette Stadium since 2008 and has a tall task ahead. With a game looming in about 72 hours, the Dolphins tried to get in some work Monday night. Interim head coach Dan Campbell had the team practice under the lights for the first time this season.
I never covered a night practice in my four seasons writing about the Dolphins. It has a "Friday Night Lights" feel. pic.twitter.com/UBfr3jh5pq— James Walker (@JamesWalkerNFL) October 26, 2015
The Dolphins will be back under the lights Thursday in New England. They will practice for a second time Tuesday morning and travel to Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Wednesday.