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Postgame Notes: Dolphins Vs. Bengals

Posted Oct 31, 2013

Get all the notes and statistical milestones from Miami's 22-20 overtime win over the Bengals.

· Tonight’s paid attendance was 52,388.

· John Denney, Brian Hartline and Reshad Jones served as tonight’s game captains.

· With tonight’s win, Miami now leads the overall series 16-5. Miami has won the last three contests over Cincinnati.

· Tonight’s game vs. Cincinnati (10/31) ended in a safety when Cameron Wake sacked Andy Dalton in the Bengals’ endzone. This was only the third time in league history that a game in overtime ended on a safety. The other two times this happened was when the Minnesota Vikings defeated the St. Louis Rams 23-21 (11/5/89) and when the Chicago Bears defeated the Tennessee Titans 19-17 (11/14/04).

· With tonight’s victory, Miami is now 6-0 in Halloween contests. The Dolphins are 2-0 against the Bengals on Halloween.

· Miami’s 157 rushing yards vs. Cincinnati (10/31) were the most by the Dolphins this season. This was the second consecutive game that Miami has rushed for over 150 yards.

· Lamar Miller rushed for a career-high 105 yards vs. Cincinnati (10/31).

· Lamar Miller’s 41-yard run vs. Cincinnati (10/31) was his second longest this season and second longest for the Dolphins in 2013.

Ryan Tannehill’s one-yard touchdown run in the second quarter was his third career rushing touchdown of his career. He previously had a rushing touchdown vs. Oakland (9/16/12) and 12/2/12 vs. New England (12/2/12).

• Ryan Tannehill’s 92.6 passer rating vs. Cincinnati (10/31) was the ninth time he had a rating of 90.0 or higher in his career.

· Ryan Tannehill’s 40-yard pass to Mike Wallace vs. New England (10/31) was tied for the tenth-longest in the quarterback’s career.

· Brent Grimes caught his second interception of the season and 15th of his career vs. Cincinnati (10/31) and returned it 94 yards for a touchdown. The 94-yard return was the fourth longest in Dolphins history.

· Dimitri Patterson recorded his fourth interception of the season vs. Cincinnati (10/31). Patterson’s four interceptions ties his career high mark set in 2010 while with the Philadelphia Eagles.

· Miami has 11 interceptions in eight games in 2013. In 2012, Miami had 10 interceptions for the entire season.

· Paul Soliai recorded his first sack of the season vs. Cincinnati (10/31). He now has 4.5 sacks on his career.

· Cameron Wake recorded his second multi-sack game of 2013 vs. Cincinnati (10/31) with 3.0 sacks. It was the eleventh time in his career that Wake has notched a multi-sack game.

· With 3.0 sacks vs. Cincinnati (10/31), Cameron Wake now has 48.5 sacks in his career. He has the seventh most sacks in team history.

Miami Dolphins Injuries Reported in Press Box
Nolan Carroll, Concussion, Out, Second Quarter
Richie Incognito, Neck, Out, First Quarter
Jelani Jenkins, Foot, Questionable, Third Quarter
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