Cameron Wake is back.
And so are the Dolphins.
The defensive end had a sack for a safety in overtime to give the Dolphins a 22-20 victory over Cincinnati.
"Most of you that know me know the past few weeks have been a little frustrating," Wake said. "But that's football. You get banged up. this game was a very important game for us. Losing games. Hard fought games. But finally having one come down to the end and guys showing up all over the place ... You couldn't win any other way."
It marked a night in which the Dolphins blew a 17-3 lead (sound familiar?) but rallied to tie the game with a 44-yard Caleb Sturgis field goal with 11 seconds left in regulation.
Then both teams were forced to punt. And with the Bengals backed against their end zone, Wake poured in over the right tackle, sacked Dalton in the end zone (barely) and sent everyone home happy.
The Dolphins are 4-4 now. They play at winless Tampa Bay in 11 days.
Suddenly things are looking up.
The Dolphins got multiple great individual performances.
Lamar Miller rushed 16 times for 105 yards. Ryan Tannehill didn't throw a TD but neither did he fumble or throw an interception. He had a 92.3 QB rating.
Mike Wallace caught six passes for 82 yards and drew a big pass interference penalty that led to the game tying field goal in regulation.
Brent Grimes returned an interception 94 yards for a touchdown.