The Miami Dolphins took care of business on the road in Cleveland as they beat the Browns 23-10 in the 2013 regular season opener.
Although Miami's start to the game was disappointing, they scored 10 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to seal the comeback victory. Considering the team's slow start out of the gate, there is definitely room for improvement moving forward especially out of the offensive line and rushing attack. However, the fact that the Dolphins emerged with the win is more significant than any stat to come out of this game.
The aspects of the team that struggled will be addressed during the week, instead, let's take a look at the impressive performances that proved crucial for the Dolphins to start the season in the win column:
1) Dolphins defense
We knew this defense had potential to be an elite unit in 2013 but they proved it in Week 1. As a unit they recorded six sacks, with Cameron Wake recording 2.5, Randy Starks tallying 1.5 and Derrick She...