Dolphins’ Kenyan Drake on ‘Miami Miracle’ TD: ‘God Works in Mysterious Ways; We’ll Continue to Follow Him’

By Craig Bannister | December 10, 2018 | 10:30am EST
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake (Screenshot)

Miami Dolphins’ Kenyan Drake credited God in a post-game interview after the running back had scored the team’s winning touchdown on a spectacular, 69-yard play as time expired.

The near-impossible score against a prevent defense, gave the Dolphins a come-from-behind, 34-33 victory over the New England Patriots in the teams’ National Football League (NFL) game.

In his post-game interview, Drake praised the play of his team’s opponents, then proclaimed that he and his teammates will continue to follow God:

“Give them [the Patriots] all the credit. They came out and played a great game, offensively, defensively, special teams, two blocked punts. They put themselves in every situation to win this game. But, like I said, we got somewhere to be.

“We see the bigger picture. And, you know, God works in mysterious ways and we’ll continue to follow him and lead the charge.”

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