The NFL's Most Improved Team from Week 2

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Ryan Tannehill had a rude introduction to NFL life in the season opener at Houston, but the rookie bounced back in a big way in Week 2, leading Miami to 35-13 laugher over Oakland.

After tossing three interceptions in his first game, Tannehill was turnover-free against the Raiders and had his first two NFL touchdowns—one rushing and one receiving.

Tannehill was aided by a throwback performance from Reggie Bush, who looked like he was running for the Heisman again on his way to 172 yards and two scores.

Brian Hartline was so good—nine catches for 111 yards—that CBS actually put up a font comparing him to Wes Welker.

For a Dolphins team that has mostly made headlines for the wrong reasons (the Brandon Marshall trade, Hard Knocks, Chad Johnson), the Week 2 win provided a key dose of hope for ‘Fins fans that the 2012 season still has some promise. 

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