A look at who's up and who's down from the Patriots' 48-28 win over the Dolphins:
Up Matt Cassel -- Quarterback excels in the team's spread-the-field attack, completing 30 of 43 passes for 415 yards, with three touchdowns and one interception.
Kevin Faulk -- Running back is a dual threat with eight rushes for 53 yards and a touchdown, and adds six catches for 52 yards.
Randy Moss -- Receiver finishes with eight catches for 125 yards and three touchdowns, including a dazzling one-handed grab in the middle of the field.
Wes Welker -- After absorbing a big hit from Channing Crowder early in the game, he returns after missing one play and finishes with eight catches for 120 yards, including a career-high 64 yarder that sets up a late third quarter touchdown to make it 31-21.
Vince Wilfork -- Nose tackle anchors the defense's solid performance against the run, as the Dolphins are held to 25 rushing yards on 8 "Wildcat" plays, and 62 yards on 19 carries overall.
Down Ellis Hobbs -- Cornerback can't win a one-on-one matchup, as his technique appears to be off on a 46-yard catch by Ted Ginn to open the second half.
Sammy Morris -- Running back loses a fumble in the second quarter that is ultimately turned into seven points by the Dolphins. He finishes with eight carries for 35 yards.
Stephen Neal -- In the first quarter alone, the right guard is called for a holding penalty, a personal foul (offsetting), and a false start.
Red-zone defense -- The Dolphins make four trips inside the 20-yard line and score four touchdowns.