The Miami Dolphins lead the Indianapolis Colts 14-3 after one quarter in Indy.
The two Miami touchdowns came on an 18-yard screen pass to Mike Wallace and a 10-yard run from Lamar Miller. After the team's Week 1 win over the Cleveland Browns, the questions surrounding the team all involved the lack of involvement from Wallace and the lack of a run game, especially from starter Miller. Those questions seem to be answered.
The first period ended with Ryan Tannehill 4-for-5 for 113 yards and a touchdown. He has a perfect 158.3 passer rating. Andrew Luck, meanwhile, is 10-for-15 for 141 yards, a 96.8 passer rating.
The highlight of the day so far may be the 67 yard pass from Tannehill to tight end Charles Clay. Tannehill fit the ball through double coverage and Clay ran down to the field to the 10 yard line, setting up the Miller score.
Indy's score came off a 30 yard field goal from Adam Vinatieri. The veteran kicker also missed a 52 yarder on the team's first possession.
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