Brady vs. Dolphins secondary. Brady torched Miami's secondary in Week 7, throwing for 354 yards and those six touchdowns. Despite the Dolphins' 1-13 record, they have the league's fourth-ranked pass defense. But following his first game without a touchdown this season, and just five touchdowns shy of Peyton Manning's touchdown record, Brady will look to air it out on Sunday. At his disposal are Randy Moss ( needing just three touchdowns to tie Jerry Rice for the all-time single season touchdown record) and former Dolphin Wes Welker (nine receptions, 138 yards, two TDs in Week 7 vs. Miami).