Tennessee Titans vs. Miami Dolphins: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
One week after getting embarrassed by the Chicago Bears, the Tennessee Titans turned the tide and laid an absolute shellacking on the Miami Dolphins.
Playing in front of an empty stadium and lifeless crowd, the Dolphins fell behind early and never ever threatened to come back.
Tennessee capitalized on three turnovers by turning them into 17 points.
Both Jake Locker and Chris Johnson shredded Miami's suddenly pedestrian defense on the ground. In fact, Johnson became the first player to rush for more than 100 yards on the Dolphins since Week 2 of last season.
It's safe to say the Titans aren't as good and the Dolphins aren't as bad as this score indicates, but this was a huge win for struggling Tennessee squad and a demoralizing one for a playoff-hopeful Miami one.
While the Titans can savor this victory into their bye week, the Dolphins have to move on and prepare for their Thursday Night game versus the Buffalo Bills.
Your final score: Titans 37 - Dolphins 3
Well, this one is finally in the books.
An offensively terrible performance by the Miami Dolphins and an utterly impressive one by the Tennessee Titans.
The Dolphins have to quickly forget about this demoralizing loss and get ready for their Thursday night showdown with the Buffalo Bills while the Titans can kick back as they head into their bye week.
The stats keep rolling in...
The Dolphins are down by 34 with 3:30 left. They haven't lost by 34+ points at home since 1968 against Chiefs.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 11, 2012
The Dolphins haven't been held without a touchdown at home since November 18th, 2010, when they were shutout by the Chicago Bears on Thursday Night Football.
Joe Philbin has finally pulled Ryan Tannehill for Matt Moore.
Have to protect your rookie quarterback.
Sun Life Stadium has turned into a ghost town:
4Q - 9:45
FIELD GOAL TITANS
The Titans keep packing it on.
Rob Bironas hits his third field goal of the day, this one a 53-yard bomb that could've easily been good from 60 yards out.
It's time for the Dolphins to cut their losses, bench their starters and start getting ready for Thursday night. No point in risking injury here.
Titans 37 - Dolphins 3
Zach Brown faked a blitz, dropped back into coverage and read Tannehill's eyes like a book:
4Q - 11:13
Ryan Tannehill is intercepted for the third time today.
This time, Zach Brown spoils the Dolphins first redzone visit of the day by jumping a Tannehill pass and returning it 47 yards.
Tannehill has thrown all three of his interceptions to linebackers.
The Dolphins aren't pulling their starters yet but the Titans are.
Karl Klug, Tim Shaw, Scott Solomon and Ryan Mouton have stepped in.
4Q - 14:09
FIELD GOAL TITANS
The scores keep on coming for the Titans.
Rob Bironas hits his second field goal of the afternoon, this one from 38 yards out. The field goal extends Tennessee's lead to 31 points and all but seals the deal.
Embarrassing game for the Dolphins; utterly dominant one for the Titans.
Titans 34 - Dolphins 3
The third quarter is in the books and the audience of this live blog probably outnumbers the remaining crowd at Sun Life Stadium.
Chris Johnson closing in on 90 yards rushing.
It looks like he will become the first player to rush for 100 yards on the Dolphins since Week 2 of 2011.
Reason No. 547 why the Dolphins are getting crushed right now:
Fasano, Long and Pouncey penalized for holding today. Incognito got a personal foul. Wilson, Moore, McCann and Vernon penalized on kicks— Ben Volin (@BenVolinPBP) November 11, 2012
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