The Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts each got their 2013 campaigns off to good starts last weekend, dispatching the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders, respectively. Of course neither of those opponents look to be very competitive this season, meaning this week could be the Dolphins and Colts' first true test.
Second-year Indy quarterback Andrew Luck continued to impress last weekend, bringing his team from behind with a touchdown scramble with just over five minutes left to top the pesky Raiders. Amazingly enough, it marked the eighth fourth-quarter comeback in Luck's short career. After being torched by Terrelle Pryor for 112 yards on the ground in that game, the Colts will be happy to see the immobile Ryan Tannehill behind center for the Dolphins.
Tannehill had a solid day in Cleveland, going 24-for-38 for 272 yards, one touchdown and one pick, but still has work to do in order to improve the Dolphins' passing attack. That begins with establishing a connection with wideout Mike Wallace, who had just one reception for 15 yards against the Browns.
Sunday, Sept. 15, 1 p.m. ET
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.
Colts local affiliate: WISHTV
Dolphins local affiliate: WFOR CBS 4
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Colts: 97.1 HANK FM
Dolphins: Big 105.9FM / AM 940-WINZ