"He's the best in the game at left tackle and it will be fun to go up against him," Taylor said. "It'll be a battle, and I'm looking forward to it."
At first glance, the one-on-one matchups pits Taylor's speed against the 6-foot-8 Ogden's size. But both players didn't get to where they are in the NFL by being one-dimensional.
As Coach Dave Wannstedt pointed out, Ogden is more than just big, while Taylor's game involves more than just speed.
"It'll be a good matchup with two Pro Bowl players going at each other," Wannstedt said. "The two guys are good athletes, they're veteran guys. There'll be a lot of good matchups on the field, and that's definitely one to watch. I know Jason likes a challenge, and he'll be up for it."
In case you're wondering how the battle played out when the Dolphins beat Baltimore 19-6 at Pro Player Stadium early last season, we can tell you that Taylor finished with six tackles and 2.5 sacks.
A repeat performance certainly would bode well for the Dolphins.