Found October 31, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
After three possessions of mostly nothingness, Andy Dalton was strip sacked by Cameron Wake to give the Dolphins the ball deep in Bengals’ territory with a great chance to open scoring. That fizzled quickly, leading to a 34-yard field goal attempt that resulted in Caleb Sturgis shanking the everloving **** out of the ball.A full quarter into the game, the Bengals finally got something going on offense by, surprisingly finding A.J. Green fir first downs. The Bengals, too, had to settle for a field goal, though they actually connected to give Cincy a 3-0 lead to open scoring.The Dolphins were set up yet again when Lamar Miller broke away along the right sideline on a carry that started just shy of midfield, but he was stripped once he got inside the Bengals’ 10. It was recovered by Pacman Jones (O HE GONE SHINE) and taken to the Cincy 40.The Bengals couldn’t do anything with it, and thus the Dolphins embarked on yet another promising drive. This time, it lead to points, even if it was...

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins game preview

The Bengals will have to work extra hard to protect Andy Dalton Thursday night with Left Tackle Andrew Whitworth likely out with a knee injury The surging Cincinnati Bengals (6-2) travel to Miami Thursday night to take on the reeling Dolphins. The Dolphins started the season 3-0 but have lost four straight. The Bengals will be fighting to extend their two and a half game lead in...

A Wake-Off win: Safety lifts Dolphins past Bengals

Cameron Wake described it as a movie moment. If so, it would have to be classified as a drama. Third down, getting late in overtime, and the Miami Dolphins had the Cincinnati Bengals pinned deep in their side of the field. And in the final scene of the night, Wake stole the show. Somehow unblocked and unnoticed, Wake sacked Cincinnati's Andy Dalton for a safety with 6:38 left...

Watch: Cameron Wake’s walk-off sack

AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee   In light of the World Series being over with Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake demonstrated his own walk-off sack to end a back-and-forth game between his Dolphins and the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night at Sun Life Stadium. Wake was able to manhandle his way through a fatigue Bengal’s line to wrap up Andy Dalton for his third sack of the game...

Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins: Five Things We Learned

Of all nights that the Dolphins needed a win any way they could get one, Cameron Wake came up with the craziest play to give his team a win.The defensive end sealed a stellar performance Thursday night with his third and most important sack of the evening - a safety in the end zone - that gave Miami a 22-20 win in Sun Life Stadium.The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the...

Walk Off Safety!

It certainly wasn’t the prettiest game ever, but you can’t feel cheated by watching just the third overtime safety in NFL history. Andy Dalton turned the ball over four times (only three were his fault!) in regulation, so it’s only fitting that he was involved in the play that sealed it for the Dolphins in overtime. Some will be sad that viewers were so close to seeing a tie...

Dolphins win on controversial walk-off safety (GIF)

The Miami Dolphins beat the Cincinnati Bengals 22-20 on Thursday night on a walk-off safety by Cameron Wake. Though officials reviewed the final play and let it stand, NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock felt there was a strong possibility that it could be overturned because the ball may have been out of the end zone […]

Geno Atkins out for season with torn ACL

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins is out for the season with a torn ACL in his right knee. Coach Marvin Lewis and the Bengals confirmed the injury Friday.  All indications are that Atkins, a two-time Pro Bowler, injury is just season-ending and not career-threatening. Atkins could be ready for the Bengals first practice of training camp. “Between Robert (injured...


That was badly needed win. What a great game by the Defense.  They made plays everywhere, and that's what it takes to win in this game.  Make some plays and you have great chance to win.  Not enough can be said about Cameron Wake.  What a difference maker he is, Wow !!!  I think he had 3 sacks, a strip, a fumble recovery, and the nail in the coffin safety to win the game...

Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins: Three Bold Predictions

The natives might be getting a little restless. The Dolphins seem to appear in a free fall and there is no net to prevent further damage to their image as an up and coming team.How could you believe a team that is 3-4 and has dropped the last four contests could be anything but in danger at this moment?And now, on the Thursday night stage, the Dolphins must avoid another second half...

Win in OT might ease discord on Dolphins

Amid rumblings of dissent within the Miami Dolphins, they've managed a memorable overtime win that might save their season. The question now is whether the team's first victory in 39 days will quell any discord. When coach Joe Philbin was asked Friday if he's satisfied with the Dolphins' chemistry, he referred to their 22-20 win over Cincinnati 12 hours earlier...

Big-play defense earns Dolphins much-needed win

BY SEAN DONOVANThe Miami Dolphins ended their losing skid in thrilling fashion Thursday night, recording a game-ending safety on a sack by Cameron Wake to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime, 22-20.The win ends an adversity-filled short week for Miami, but for about 59 minutes, the Dolphins appeared to be playing out the same exact script from their heart-breaking loss to the...
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