NASHVILLE -- The Miami Dolphins showed up today.
They beat thoroughly whipped the Tennessee Titans, 38-10 in today and suddenly it was if the season had begun anew. Maybe that's because all seems new for the Dolphins now.
The offense is new because it has balance. Lamar Miller got the football more than 11 times, which is what he'd been averaging previously, and he went for over 100 rushing yards. Indeed, after three quarters the Dolphins had 148 rushing yards and 147 passing yards.
The defense is new because it pressures the quarterback (six sacks) and causes turnovers. Cameron Wake had four sacks and caused two fumbles. Reshad Jones scored a touchdown on an interception. Brent Grimes had an interception.
Coaching matters, folks.
We saw that today with Dan Campbell at the helm of this team.
He's 1-0 as Miami's interim coach. The Dolphins are 2-3.