Jay Ajayi was no the focal point. Game manager Ryan Tannehill put the team on his back and played some phenomenal football. The game manager quarterback was on point with his deep ball and as I said before, he played some great football. The defense picked Phillip Rivers off four times and none was bigger than Kiko Alonso's pick six. This is an entirely different team from last year and they don't quit. Things are starting to look up folks!
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Game recap: Miami Dolphins vs. San Diego Chargers, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016 | Miami Herald
Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso returned a late interception 60 yards for a game-winning touchdown over the Chargers. Miami won for the fourth straight time.
Dolphins At Chargers
Defense gets four INTs in fourth quarter as Dolphins win fourth straight game - Sun Sentinel
It’s never a good idea to get into a fourth-quarter shootout with a potential Hall of Fame quarterback, but that’s exactly what the Miami Dolphins did on Sunday
Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Dolphins win against San Diego - Sun Sentinel
This Dolphins win had everything - drama, ups and downs, big plays galore and a hero in linebacker Kiko Alonso, whose 60-yard interception return for a
Dolphins Pick Off Win Against The Chargers
Miami records four interceptions in the fourth quarter to secure 31-24 victory in San Diego.
Hyde: Inventive, dynamic, resilient — these are the Dolphins? | Commentary - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins have won four straight - and look entirely different now
Miami Dolphins don't deliver excuses for failure but rather deliver another victory | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins could have easily found excuses for failing on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers but instead found way to win the game. That suggests they’ll be relevant as the season moves forward
Ryan Tannehill outduels Philip Rivers in win over Chargers - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
On a day when Miami's ground game wasn't dominant and the D made a few mistakes, the Dolphins needed Ryan Tannehill to carry them -- and he delivered.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker feels “great” and promptly breaks out | The Daily Dolphin
SAN DIEGO — This was the week DeVante Parker earned Ryan Tannehill's trust. This very important fact, courtesy of Ryan Tannehill. Parker had five catches for 103 yards Sunday, none more important than a 56-yarder down the left sideline with Miami trailing by three points and only four m...
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