Miami Dolphins’ Pass Rush Comes Alive in Opener Win Over Bills

September 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After an uninspiring performance in the preseason, the Miami Dolphins showed surprising improvement in their 2010 regular season opener against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Obviously, they weren't playing the toughest of opponents, but performances by the offensive line, pass rush, and secondary were quite encouraging.
After getting on the board first with a Dan Carpenter field goal, the Dolphins added seven points on a Ronnie Brown rushing touchdown late in the second quarter. Bills' kicker Rian Lindell scored the Bills' first points with a 51-yard field goal four minutes before the half.
Following a scoreless third period, blown coverage by the Dolphins' secondary allowed Trent Edwards to find Roscoe Parrish for a 31-yard touchdown on 4th-and-11.
Down 13-10 late in the game, the Bills were pinned back at their own one-yard line after a great punt by the Dolphins' Brandon Fields. After three incompletions, the Bills opted for a safety rather than attempting the fou...

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