It hasn't been since 2002 since the Dolphins have opened the season 3-0. With wins over the Browns in week 1 and the Colts in week 2, the Dolphins will attempt a 3-0 start this weekend against the Falcons. If they succeed, it will be the first time they go 3-0 since 2002. The Dolphins come off a 24-20 win from the Indianapolis Colts. Injury Report as of FridayFrom NFL.com...ATLANTA FALCONS (1-1) at MIAMI DOLPHINS (2-0) (Sunday, FOX, 4:05 PM ET) MATT RYAN threw for 374 yards and two touchdowns and JULIO JONES had 11 catches for 182 yards and a TD in the Falcons’ Week 2 31-24 win over St. Louis. Jones, who had an 81-yard TD catch, is the first player in NFL history with an 80+ yard touchdown reception in each of his first three seasons. “Julio and Matt seemed to be in sync, seeing the defense the same way,” says Atlanta head coach MIKE SMITH. “When you have your receiver and quarterback doing that, you have a chance to be successful.” The Dolphins are 2-0 with both wins coming on the road. They’ll return to South Florida for the team’s home opener this Sunday after a 24-20 win at Indianapolis. In Week 2, RYAN TANNEHILL passed for 319 yards and Miami had two 100-yard receivers: MIKE WALLACE (nine catches, 115 yards, TD) and CHARLES CLAY (five catches, 109 yards). “That was a lot of fun and any time you can get a win on the road, that’s a big accomplishment,” says Tannehill.