Titans vs. Dolphins, Week 10: Miami doomed by turnovers

Mike Ehrmann

SB Nation's Miami Dolphins blog reacts to the team's loss on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans

The Miami Dolphins remain in the playoff hunt, but their chances took a blow after the team suffered their second loss in many weeks, this time falling to the visiting Tennessee Titans at home in a 37-3 loss.

The Dolphins were unable to do anything offensively, defensively, or in the special teams. The team scored just three points in all, which was their least number of points since the team scored 10 in week 1 against arguably the best team in the AFC in the Houston Texans.

James McKinney of SB Nation's Miami Dolphins blog, The Phinsider, writes how the Dolphins were doomed by the turnovers, including three interceptions by rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill and one fumble by starting running back Reggie Bush.

Tannehill had 217 yards on 23 completions but also threw for three picks on the day including a pick sick. Starting running back Reggie Bush also had a fumble deep in to the Miami side of the field that directly led to a Titans touchdown. When it mattered Miami could not manage to move the ball and the Titans made them pay for their mistakes on nearly every turnover.

The (4-5) Dolphins will now hit the road and travel up north to Buffalo to take on the (3-6) Buffalo Bills, who fell to the Patriots on Sunday on a game-ending interception.

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