Will New England Patriots forget their sun block as they spend Sunday afternoon sunbathing in Miami? Will they stay hydrated in the humid stadium atmosphere?
Miami Dolphins are ready to wilt their nemesis, the so-called Belichick juggernaut. Presumably the Patriots will be bringing their air-conditioned bench to the Florida game and not allowing their resting defensive lines to sit on a hot seat. Let the fans blow.
Nervous Nellie fans of the Patriot stripe are feeling that this will be a trap game. Whether caught in the trap or not, we certainly do not want to see Danny Woodhead chew off his leg.
We suspect that David Stern may send a tweet to Roger Goodell warning him that Belichick might "rest" Tom Brady, Wes Welker, Vince Wilfork, and Aqib Talib. Belichick is hardly willing to let Popoff Gregg Popovitch outdo him.
President Obama may send an email to owner Robert Kraft warning him that the Patriots are on the edge of an AFC "fiscal cliff."
Rajon Rondo is prepared to scratch the eyes out of anyone who tries to sack Tom Brady.
Ben Cherington, GM of the Boston Red Sox, suggests that the Patriots dump more salary to better position themselves against the New York Jets.
Rex Ryan knows that to underrate the Dolphins may result in a new poll showing Belichick the most overrated coach in the NFL.
NHL owners are suggesting to the Dolphins ownership that they lock out the fans for Sunday's game since most of those in attendance will be New Englanders who have moved to Florida, giving the Patriots a home field advantage.
Those in New England know only one fact: it's early December when the NFL season officially starts for Bill Belichick.