· Today’s paid attendance was 68,342.
· With today’s victory, Baltimore now leads the overall series 6-5, winning the last four contests.
· Miami registered four penalties vs. Baltimore (10/6), compared to six by the Ravens. They have had fewer penalties than their opponents in four of the five games to start the season.
· Ryan Tannehill’s 40 attempts vs. Baltimore (10/6) was the second most in his career. His career high was 41 at Arizona (9/30/12).
· Ryan Tannehill recorded an 85.0 or higher passer rating for the fourth consecutive home game. In his last for home contests, Tannehill has completed 80-of-128 passes (62.5%) for seven touchdowns, one interception and a 98.2 passer rating.
· After five games, Miami has four players that are on pace for 70 or more receptions;
Miami also has three players, projected to surpass the 900 yard receiving mark with Brian Hartline (332 yards, on pace for 1,062), Charles Clay (297 yards, on pace for 950) and Brandon Gibson (282 yards, on pace for 902) with Mike Wallace (281 receptions, on pace for 899) near the mark. This would also be the first time Miami had three players achieve this feat in the same season.
· Mike Wallace’s recorded seven receptions vs. Baltimore (10/6). This was the 12th time that Wallace has caught seven or more passes in a regular season game.
· With 105 yards, Mike Wallace recorded his 16th career 100 yard receiving game vs. Baltimore (10/6).
· Mike Wallace’s 105 receiving yards vs. Baltimore (10/6) are the third-most in team history against the Ravens.
Mike Wallace’s 49-yard reception in the second quarter vs. Baltimore (10/6) was the longest of his Dolphins career and the longest since a 60-yard reception vs. (12/16/12) when he played for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
· Charles Clay caught his second touchdown pass of the season in as many games from Ryan Tannehill on a nine-yard pass in the second quarter at New Orleans (10/6). This was Clay’s seventh touchdown reception in his career.
· Charles Clay recorded a 45 yard reception from Ryan Tannehill vs. Baltimore (10/6). This was Clay’s third longest reception of his career.
· Charles Clay recorded 52 receiving yards vs. Baltimore (10/6) and now has 297 receiving yards in the first five games of the 2013 season. Clay is on pace for 950 yards, which would be the highest total by a Dolphins tight end in team history.
· Brandon Gibson’s 46-yard reception vs. Baltimore (10/6), was the longest of his career.
Miami Dolphins Injuries Reported in Press Box
Dannell Ellerbe, Shoulder, Questionable (2nd Quarter)