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Tennessee Titans vs. Miami Dolphins Recap

For the Miami Dolphins, it seems change is a very good thing. The Dolphins had labored through a terrible 1-3 start to the 2015 NFL season, a huge disappointment as one of the teams skilled enough to challenge for a playoff berth. The Miami front office cut ties with their old coach after 4 weeks, hiring former NFL tight end Dan Campbell to run their team. The change paid off.

Campbell, long known from a list of hard line disciplinarian type coaching regimes seemed to immediately install his will on the Dolphins players, as the rolled into Tennessee on this Sunday afternoon and playing nearly flawless football for the first time all season, dominated the Tennessee Titans on both sides of the ball.

The biggest thing that stood out in this Miami victory was a return to the old-school hard-nosed type of football. Running back Lamar Miller rushed 19 times for over 100 yards including a TD run. Even wide receiver Jarvis Landry ran the ball a pair of times, one of those a 22 yard TD scamper.

The Dolphins looked like the team they were supposed to have been all season long, but taking control of the Titans early, and then burying them with a pair of 4th quarter touchdowns to set the 4 TD margin of victory.

Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets Recap

The Jets improved to a surprising 3-1 by beating the Dolphins at Wembley Stadium in London. Chris Ivory was the game's biggest star, as the Jets running back gained 166 yards on 29 carries and scored a touchdown. Ivory fueled a 207-59 advantage on the ground against one of the NFL's worst rushing defenses. Ryan Fitzpatrick passed on only 40 percent of the Jets' plays and finished 16-of-29 for 218 yards and a touchdown. The Dolphins actually averaged 5.4 yards per rushing play, but kept the ball on the ground only 11 times and got a poor performance from quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill threw 25 incompletions and two interceptions.

Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills Recap

The Bills' Tyrod Taylor threw three touchdowns, leading Buffalo to a blowout win over the Dolphins in Miami. Taylor completed 21-of-29 passes for 277 yards, recovering nicely from his three-interception game against the Patriots. The Bills put this one away early as they led 27-0 at halftime. Bills running back Karlos Williams rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown on just 12 carries. Miami's Rishard Matthews caught six passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns, but the game was decided before the Dolphins' offense became a factor. Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw three interceptions, dooming the Dolphins' effort. Buffalo was 7-for-13 on third down and enjoyed a 151-102 advantage in rushing yards.
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