Ups & downs
Who's up and who's down after the Patriots' 20-10 win over the Dolphins:
Troy Brown -- One week after playing mostly defense, he returns to receiver and totals five catches for 58 yards and one touchdown. His four non-touchdown catches all result in first downs.
Run defense -- Unit limits the Dolphins to 62 yards on 21 carries (3.0-yard average).
Rodney Harrison -- Safety totals nine tackles and forces a fumble on the second play of the game.
Asante Samuel -- Cornerback's two interceptions lead to 14 Patriots points.
Kevin Faulk -- Fumbles on a punt return, accounting for the Patriots' lone turnover.
Ellis Hobbs -- Credit the cornerback for playing less than two weeks after having surgery on his broken wrist, although he had a tough time lining up against Wes Welker (9 catches) in the slot, and also had a 15-yard facemask penalty.
Rushing offense -- One week after totaling 236 yards against the Bengals, the Patriots total 79 yards on 34 rushes (2.3 avg.).
LOOKING AHEAD: Patriots coach Bill Belichick is scheduled to hold a press conference at 2:45 p.m. on Monday. We'll plan on passing along our next update at that time.