The Miami Dolphins and their head coach, Mike McDaniel, have been racking up awards and accolades as their impressive offensive performances continue to garner recognition.
In a season that has seen standout performances from various players, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was named
AFC Offensive Player of the Month for his stellar play throughout September. Additionally,
rookie running back De'Von Achane earned Offensive Player of the Week honors after the Dolphins' remarkable 70-20 victory over the Denver Broncos in Week 3.
Adding to the list of accolades is veteran running back Raheem Mostert. In a recent game against the Carolina Panthers,
Mostert played a crucial role in maintaining Miami's strong running game. He carried the ball 17 times, accumulating 115 yards and scoring two touchdowns.
Furthermore, he contributed in the passing game with three receptions for 17 yards and another touchdown.
Mostert's performance was particularly remarkable as it allowed him to surpass Bo Jackson and become the league's all-time leader in yards per carry with an impressive average of 5.43 yards per carry
When informed that he had been named AFC Offensive Player of the Week, Mostert was pleasantly surprised.
He initially believed the honor would go to Tua Tagovailoa, given the quarterback's outstanding performances,