Dolphins player of the game, and "play" of the game
Dolphins Player of the Game: Brandon Fields. And, yes, that’s a statement on the rest of the team as much as his good play. The Dolphins punter had a 51.4 compared to the Bucs’ 42.4-yard average. He nailed a punt at the Bucs’ 1-yard line. A couple of years ago, he was the MVP candidate on the team. Are we back to that?
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Play of the game: You can go with the two sacks of quarterback Ryan Tannehill on the last Dolphins series. I’m going with Phillip Wheeler having one of the dumber penalties you’re going to see. With 6:02 left in the game, Tampa Bay faced a third-and-six. Wheeler blitzed and head-butted Mike Glennon after the quarterback released the (incomplete) pass. That was an easy and obvious penalty to call. It also allowed the Bucs to hold onto the ball six minutes left, Tampa Bay needlessly dumb penalties