Adam Beasley wrote:
Dolphins made four plays that won the game.
They were, in order:
• 5:05 left in the third quarter; Dolphins ball; second-and-10 at Indy’s 35. Mike Wallace, who roasted the Colts for nine catches and 115 yards, got behind Greg Toler on a double move and pulled in a deep sideline catch, which he took to the 1. One play later, Charles Clay scored on his first career carry, putting the Dolphins ahead for good.
• 8:29 left in regulation; Colts ball; first-and-10 at Miami’s 34. Luck tested Brent Grimes with a throw to the end zone. But Grimes got inside position on Reggie Wayne and pulled in the interception — his first since tearing his Achilles tendon last September.
• 7:04 left in regulation; Dolphins ball; third-and-8 at their 22. The last thing the Dolphins wanted to do was give the ball right back to Luck, so Ryan Tannehill found Brandon Gibson on an 11-yard pass across the middle. It was Gibson’s lone catch of the day, but allowed Miami to drain another three minutes off the clock.
• 1:35 left in regulation; Colts ball; fourth-and-10 at Miami’s 23. This is when Wheeler and Starks sealed it. While Wheeler, who blitzed from the second level, was credited with the sack, Starks was there to clean it up had Luck wiggled free again.
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