Raiders at Dolphins: Miami Destroys Oakland in Second Half, Wins 35-13

After a punt filled first half, the Miami Dolphins opened the flood gates on the Oakland Raiders, racking up 28 second half points. They held the Raiders to just a lone field goal in the second half, in route to a 35-13 victory.

The star of the game was clearly running back Reggie Bush, who carried the ball 26 times for 172 yards and two touchdowns. Bush also caught three balls for 25 yards.

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Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw for 200 yards on 18-for-30 passing (60% completions), with a passing touchdown. Tannehill has a passer rating of 91.0. He also added three carries for 14 yards and his first NFL touchdown.

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Nine of Tannehill's completions went to wide receiver Brian Hartline, who added a career high 111 yards along with his career high in receptions. Add in great days from running back Lamar Miller (10 carries, 65 yards) and a defense that stepped up to shut down the Raiders, and ever aspect of the Miami game worked today.

Use this thread to celebrate the win, and as a live thread for the late games today.

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