The Dolphins, playing without Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes and linebacker Jelani Jenkins, got a hard-fought <> road victory at Philadelphia on Sunday. Strong safety Reshad Jones had an interception in the end zone with 4:32 left to help preserve the win. The Dolphins stopped Philadelphia on fourth and 10 near midfield with 53 seconds left to ice the game. The Eagles were attempting to get a game-winning field goal. The Dolphins (4-5) were down, 16-3, in the first quarter but began a furious comeback in the second quarter and eventually took a 20-16 lead in the fourth quarter when quarterback Ryan Tannehill hit wide receiver Jarvis Landry for a 4-yard touchdown. Rookie linebacker Zach Vigil blocked a punt in the second quarter and two plays later Tannehill hit running back Lamar Miller for a 13-yard touchdown to cut their deficit to 16-13.
Dolphins rally past Eagles to end two-game losing streak
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | Nov 15