It's been a rough season for Dickson, who damaged his reputation with so many miscues with one of his dropped passes resulting in an interception for quarterback Joe Flacco against the Buffalo Bills.
As the replacement for Dennis Pitta while he recovers from a fractured, dislocated right hip, Dickson knew much more was expected out of him.
"It felt pretty good," Dickson said. "It's kind of past due, but you build on top of that. I still think the big game is coming, the best is yet to come.
"There's nothing that's going to get my confidence down. It's never going to be as good as you think it is or as bad as you think it is. Even professionals have to work on their craft."
Webb's leg holds up
Webb said he didn't aggravate his strained hamstring, starting one week after getting hurt and not finishing the game in a loss to the Bills.
Webb started and recorded four tackles and two pass deflections.
"At first I was kind of worried it might act up, but I didn't feel a thing," Webb said. "It came along, great win and I finished healthy."
Webb was primarily assigned to cover Dolphins $60 million wide receiver Mike Wallace, who caught seven passes for 105 yards on 16 targets. The Dolphins frequently went after Webb, but Wallace never got in the end zone.
"My goal personally was to stop Mike Wallace, or at least contain him," Webb said. "He's a great wide receiver, so you have to be on point when you are playing a guy like that."
Tucker hits game-winner
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker performed well in the clutch, booting a 44-yard game-winning field goal with 1:42 remaining.
It's the fourth game-winner of his career and capped a day where he connected on four field goals, including previous kicks from 42, 50 and 25 yards.
"It's definitely good to come in here and be able to get our first road win of the season," Tucker said. "It's definitely a good feeling to hop on the plane knowing as a team we got the job done and individually I was able to pull my weight."
Running back Ray Rice scored two touchdowns and now has 42 touchdowns for his career to move past tight end Todd Heap for second-place in franchise history. Only running back Jamal Lewis (47) has scored more career touchdowns for the Ravens. ... Besides Jones and Brown, the Ravens deactivated new offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, nose tackle Terrence Cody (sprained left knee), offensive guard Jah Reid, center Ryan Jensen (foot surgery) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee). ... Ihedigbo thought he had intercepted the first pass of his NFL career, but it was overturned on instant replay when it was determined that he didn't get both feet in bounds. "It was a tough call," Ihedigbo said. "I thought I had both feet in, but my hand hit before my knee did." .. Former Ravens inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe left the game with a shoulder injury. ... Torrey Smith became the first Ravens player since Qadry Ismail in 1999 to post consecutive 100-yard receiving games with Ismail recording three in a row that season.