The Miami Dolphins are getting ready to face the Tennessee Titans in their fifth game of the season, coming into the game with a 1-3 record. Last year, the Dolphins entered Week 6 (coming off their Week 5 bye) with a 1-3 record and the Titans on the schedule. That game was the first contest under interim head coach Dan Campbell, and Miami came away with a 38-10 win in Tennessee.
The Dolphins again meet with the Titans looking to salvage their season, this time under first-year head coach Adam Gase.
Basically, this whole introductory two paragraphs was simply an excuse to bring you the video in the tweet below. In the third quarter of last year’s game, the Titans lined up with a 2nd-and-9 from their own 27-yard line. Quarterback Marcus Mariota dropped back and threw a pass intended for Delanie Walker. Dolphins safety Reshad Jones, however, had other ideas: