Burris ran the ball five times for 52 yards during a 58-yard drive to the Bears' only score -- a 6-yard pass he threw to Marty Booker.
Burris only appeared for a few plays at a time in the first half with the game still in doubt.
``We wanted to get Henry in the game in certain situations and with certain plays, a limited number of plays,'' coach Dick Jauron said. ``But once again the game just really got out of hand.
``I thought Henry did what we wanted him to do.''
MAKING THEIR MOVE
A Bears roster move or two is expected following the Dolphins game.
Injured running back Anthony Thomas and tight end Dustin Lyman remain on the active roster despite season-ending injuries suffered against Green Bay. Jauron said the team doesn't want to be ``frivolous'' with roster spots.
``If we find somebody or somebody comes available that we think will help us in the future, we'll do that and we'll make the move,'' Jauron said.
The antics of Dolphins offensive line coach Tony Wise became legendary while he was Dave Wannstedt's assistant head coach with the Bears.
Apparently he's still playing the clown.
During the Dolphins' 38-21 loss to Buffalo two weeks ago, Wannstedt had trouble getting the red replay flag out of his back pocket.
``Tony is still my right-hand man,'' Wannstedt said. ``We were going to challenge a call on Sunday and I had these damn gloves on, which I never wear gloves, so I couldn't get my hand in my pocket to get the red flag out.
``So Tony shoved his hand in my pocket and threw the flag. So Tony, he's still trying to cover my back whenever he can.''