Miami Dolphins Week 4 Game Ball

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The Miami Dolphins lost to the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday, despite several stellar individual performances. After a fan vote, the Miami Dolphins Week 4 game ball is awarded to...

Despite the Miami Dolphins' Week 4 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, several players were worthy of individual recognition. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill set a franchise rookie record for single game passing yardage, wide receiver Brian Hartline set a team record for receiving yardage in a game, and defensive end Cameron Wake was half a sack shy of the team's ingle game sack record. All three players were nominated for the Phinsider's Week 4 Game Ball.

After nearly 350 votes, the readers of the site have awarded the Game Ball to wide receiver Brian Hartline. Hartline caught 12 passes in the game, totaling 253 receiving yards and one touchdown. His 80-yard touchdown reception was the highlight of the game, as Tannehill hit the wide open Hartline in stride for the score.

Hartline received 49% of the vote, with Tannehill coming in second with 35%.

We'll see if Tannehill, Hartline, and Wake can keep up the performance level this week against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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