Defensive end Randy Starks continues to make Pro Bowl push.
Starks has been the MVP of the Dolphins defense. He leads D-linemen with 33 tackles and has gotten to the QB six of the past seven games to rank sixth in the AFC with 5 1/2 sacks.
After he didnít have a tackle against Tampa Bay, Starks dominated at Carolina, finishing with five tackles, including a sack, plus another tackle for loss and QB hit.
A few more games like that and Starks, a sixth-year pro, might convince his peers heís Pro Bowl-worthy.
The search for a No. 1 WR will commence in the off-season. For now, Davone Bess, Greg Camarillo, Ted Ginn Jr. and Brian Hartline will have to do.
Since combining for five catches for 33 yards at the Jets, the quartet has averaged 11 catches for 135 yards. In Thursdayís win at Carolina, Miamiís WR had 13 catches for 146 yards.
Even the much-maligned Ginn had his most catches (four) since Sept. 21 and yards (32) since Oct. 12.