10:00 PM EDT, Sat October 20, 2018

Emotions run high for Kenyan Drake, Jason Sanders in Dolphins' wild win over Bears

Running back Kenyan Drake sat on the Dolphins bench with his head sunk into his hands, inconsolable by teammates after the most significant turnover of his young career. Luckily for Drake, the Dolphins defense, their former kicker, and their rookie kicker produced an opportunity for him to quickly...

Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake rebounds from late fumble in win over Bears

Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake speaks after a 31-28 overtime win against the Chicago Bears.
Detroit Free Press Oct 14, 2018
Dolphins regroup for overtime win over Bears after Kenyan Drake's goal-line fumble

Dolphins regroup for overtime win over Bears after Kenyan Drake's goal-line fumble

The Dolphins appeared to be headed for heartbreak after Kenyan Drakes goal-line fumble, but Miami pulled itself together to beat the Bears in OT.        

Dolphins overcome late fumble, survive in OT against Bears in Brock Osweiler's first start

Kenyan Drake sat on the Dolphins sideline, head sunk into his hands, inconsolable by teammates after the biggest play of the game. He did not have to wake long to redeem himself. Drake, shortly after fumbling a game-winning touchdown in overtime had two short runs and a 15-yard reception in the...

Dolphins will look to keep offense on schedule behind Gore and Drake vs. Bears' dominant defense

Adam Gase has an unwavering belief that his offense is at its best when two tailbacks share the workload. But the Miami Dolphins coach typically struggles to find the right balance, and role for his tailback duo. Last week the Dolphins experimented with a role change for Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake,...

Frank Gore talks about working with Kenyan Drake on the field

Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore talks about the dyanmic of being on the field fellow running back Kenyan Drake.
The Phinsider Oct 8, 2018
Dolphins at Bengals result shows Miami needs improvements at the top

Dolphins at Bengals result shows Miami needs improvements at the top

The Miami Dolphins fell to 3-2 on the season following their complete collapse in the second half of the team’s Week 5 contest against the Cincinnati Bengals. In a game that the team lead 17-0, the Dolphins found themselves on the wrong side of a 27-17 final and things continuing to look bleak around a team that is still tied for the lead in the AFC East. Things have to be fixed for the Dolphins, and it starts with the key members of the team on game day. Head coach Adam Gase appeared to realize he has special running backs early on Sunday, with Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake quickly getting...

Kenyan Drake: We have to stay in manageable third downs

Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake reacts to Sunday's loss to Cincinnati as he talks with reporters in the locker room at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie.

Drake: Dolphins offense got off schedule late in the game, making it hard to move the ball

Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake talks about Miami's loss to the Bengals after Cincinnati rallied from a 17-0 deficit.
The Phinsider Oct 2, 2018
The Splash Zone 10/2/18: Has Anyone Seen Kenyan Drake?

The Splash Zone 10/2/18: Has Anyone Seen Kenyan Drake?

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Kenyan Drake’s face can be found on the side of milk cartons now. The third year running back has been nonexistent these past two weeks and Frank Gore continues to get more attempts. Drake has the potential to be a huge star at the running back position. But when the o-line is not blocking well and he’s not getting the attempts, it makes it tough to showcase his talents. You can check out that story here, and the rest of...

AFC East-leading Dolphins enjoying 3-0 start, but know Patriots await in Week 4

For the first three quarters of Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders, the Miami Dolphins looked as if their early-season magic was beginning to fade. The Dolphins’ rushing attack, which relied on first-year starter Kenyan Drake and the NFL’s fourth all-time leading rusher Frank Gore, was limited...

Dolphins' Frank Gore making the most of his opportunities while Kenyan Drake relishes new role

Running back Frank Gore will likely be inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame when his NFL career is over. But at 35 years old and in his 14th season in the league, he’s not thinking about the end of his career just yet. After passing Curtis Martin for fourth on the NFL’s all-time rushing list...

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