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Dolphins take lead with Tannehill touchdown to Clay

The Miami Dolphins have take their first lead over the Baltimore Ravens with just 46 seconds remaining in the first half in a game that has been dominated by field goals. Ryan Tannehill found Charles Clay for the score.

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The Miami Dolphins have taken a 13-6 lead over the Baltimore Ravens with just 46 seconds left in the first half.  The touchdown came on a pass from Ryan Tannehill to Charles Clay in the front corner of the end zone.

The Dolphins drove 60 yards in 1:09 on seven plays to get the 9-yard touchdown pass.

Prior to the score, the two teams had been trading field goals, with the Ravens striking first from 42-yards, then Miami's Caleb Sturgis answering with a 37-yard kick of his own.  Just Tucker, Baltimore's kicker, hit his second of the day, a 50-yarder, in the second period, before Sturgis connect again, this time from 25 yards.

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