Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins finally have playmakers this season.
Morning take: My biggest complaint with the 2012 Dolphins is that they didn’t have enough dynamic players. That changed this offseason when Miami added players like Mike Wallace, Dannell Ellerbe, Philip Wheeler and Brent Grimes. All made big plays against Indianapolis.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel says the Dolphins' defense redeemed themselves after last year's loss in Indianapolis.
Morning take: The difference this year was Miami's defense made plays in the fourth quarter. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has eight fourth-quarter comebacks. But the Dolphins refused to be the latest victim.
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins tight end Charles Clay showed his versatility against the Colts.
Morning take: Clay had a career game with five receptions for 109 yards and one rushing touchdown. The fullback/tight end showed all of his tools on Sunday, as he replaces injured starter Dustin Keller.
The Dolphins team website provides locker room access to head coach Joe Philbin’s postgame speech.
Morning take: Philbin was hyped after a big win. The Dolphins showed a lot of toughness and maturity during this 2-0 start.