Denver Broncos vs. Miami Dolphins Recap
November 23, 2014
Miami Dolphins got the first points in the 4th minute of the first quarter through a touchdown by Daniel Thomas. In the 11th minute of the first quarter Brandon McManus got the first three points for Denver Broncos through a field goal. In the 3rd minute of the second quarter, Miami increased their lead through a touchdown by Ryan Tannehill. In the 8th minute of the second quarter, Demaryius Thomas brought own the lead through a seven point touchdown for Broncos. But Dolphins immediately struck back through a touchdown by Mike Wallace. To this Broncos replied immediately through a touchdown by Demaryius Thomas, his second of the game. In the third quarter Jarvis Landry scored the only points in the quarter for Dolphins. Down by eleven points, Broncos started the final quarter with a flourish by scoring three consecutive touchdown points and won the match in a dramatic fashion.
Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills Recap
November 13, 2014
A battle of two 5-4 teams jockeying for position in the AFC playoff race turned into a defensive slog in Miami Thursday evening when the Buffalo Bills visited the Miami Dolphins. Despite three Dan Carpenter field goals - one in each of the first three quarters - a Miami Dolphin 80-yard drive capped off by Ryan Tannehill's seven-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson put Miami in front by a point, a lead they would never relinquish. Tannehill would add a second touchdown pass to Jarvis Landry to extend the lead to two possessions in the fourth quarter. Tannehill finished 26/34 for 240 yards with the two scores, and Lamar Miller would add 86 yards rushing on 15 attempts.
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Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins Recap
November 9, 2014
Behind a strong defensive showing and a clutch last minute drive by Matthew Stafford, the Detroit Lions escaped Sunday's clash with the Miami Dolphins with a much-needed victory. The win kept the Lions one game ahead of Green Bay in the NFC North standings, and set up a highly anticipated matchup next week, pitting the two best records in the NFC, as The Lions head west to face the 8-1 Cardinals. The Lions D kept Ryan Tannehill in pressure all day, as he took nine hits from the defense, including three sacks. Miami managed only 228 yards of total offense in the defeat, which widened their second place margin in the AFC East, as they now trail the first place New England Patriots by two games.