Source: Matt Kelley, Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins offense spent large portions of Sunday’s 23-21 loss to the Buffalo Bills in self-destruct mode, but one bright spot was the play of slot receiver Brandon Gibson, who caught two of quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s three touchdown passes.
In all, Gibson hauled in five passes for 40 yards.
“Good production,” coach Joe Philbin said of Gibson. “He came up with some big plays today.”
Gibson was responsible for the most highlight-worthy play of the day, soaring over the goal line on a 13-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown late in the first half.