Third and Long - Written by Seth Fisher | Twitter: @sethAFisher13
In game that was doomed to go downhill very fast for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday when they were down 20-10 at halftime, it was then where the Dolphins found the formula to pull themselves back into a tie that will hopefully allow them to win a lot of games this year.
The Dolphins' defense had four sacks, seven quarterback hurries, and 16 quarterback hits while holding the New England Patriots running backs to 65 yards on 17 carries (3.82 yards per carry). The offense, meanwhile, ran for 193 yards on 35 carries, which was good for a 5.51 yard-per-carry average, and they also stopped turning the ball over in the second half as well.
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