This win marked the Dolphins’ first 2-0 start since 2010, putting them atop the AFC East with all eight home games still to come. “We were really fired up to get a win on the road against a team that doesn’t lost [at home] typically,” said Wheeler. The game was a real knuckle-biter, keeping fans everywhere on the edge of their seats. For a while, the game looked destined to play to script. The Dolphins jumped to an early 14-3 lead, but as in last year’s loss to Indianapolis, they let it slip away. The Colts led 20-17 early in the third quarter, and Luck, who entered Sunday with eight career fourth-quarter comeback victories, was rolling.
Inside a joyous postgame locker room, the win’s significance wasn’t lost on the Dolphins, from the top down. Even the normally stoic Joe Philbin was emotionally charged when he addressed the team. “It is very satisfying anytime you can win on the road and to have a complete game,” said Tannehill.
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