Postgame Notes: Dolphins At Patriots

Posted Oct 27, 2013

Get all the notes and milestones from Miami's game at the Patriots.

· John Denney, Koa Misi and Mike Pouncey served as today’s game captains.

· With today’s loss, Miami now leads the overall series by a 50-46 margin.

· The touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill to Brandon Gibson at New England (10/27) was the first Dolphins touchdown in the opening quarter since they scored on their first drive at Indianapolis (9/15). The score against the Colts was an 18-yard touchdown pass from Tannehill to Mike Wallace with 9:49 remaining in the quarter.

· Miami’s 156 rushing yards at New England (10/27) were the most so far this season.

· Brandon Gibson recorded at least one receiving touchdown in two consecutive games with a four yard pass from Ryan Tannehill in the first quarter at New England (10/27). It was Gibson’s thirteenth career touchdown.

· Olivier Vernon recorded a sack at New England (10/27) for the fourth consecutive game. He now has 4.5 on the season and 8.0 sacks in his career.

· Dimitri Patterson recorded his third interception of the season in the first quarter at New England (10/27).

· Miami has eight interceptions in seven games in 2013. In 2012, Miami had 10 interceptions for the entire season.

· Jared Odrick recorded 2.0 sacks at New England (10/27). This was his first career multi-sack game. Odrick now has 15.0 sacks on his career.

· Jimmy Wilson recorded his first sack of the season at New England (10/27) along with a forced fumble. He now has 3.0 sacks on his career.

· Miami’s defense held Tom Brady to his third lowest passing yard total (25) and eighth lower passer rating (38.0) in the first half of a game in his career at New England (10/27). Brady finished the game with only 116 passing yards.

· Caleb Sturgis has connected on three field goals of 50 or more yards this season tied for the second most in team history in a single season.

Miami Dolphins Injuries Reported in Press Box
Brandon Gibson, Knee, Doubtful
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