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Titans build 21-point lead in Miami

AP

With owner Bud Adams putting everyone in the organization on notice, the 53 employees who wear helmets have responded.

The Titans lead the Dolphins 14-0 through the first quarter of Sunday’s game at Sun Life Stadium, where the empty orange seats seem to be emptier and oranger than usual.

The first score came after a Reggie Bush fumble at the Miami 28, which was followed by four-play touchdown drive.  Fueled by a 21-yard Chris Johnson run, the score came when quarterback Jake Locker found receiver Kendall Wright for nine yards.

The second touchdown came from Johnson, who capped a seven-play, 65-yard drive with a 17-yard run.

The third was a pick six, with a tipped ball snatched by former University of Miami linebacker Colin McCarthy, who returned it 49 yards for a touchdown.

Those empty orange seats will be even emptier and orangerer soon.

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3 Responses to “Titans build 21-point lead in Miami”
  1. stevenfbrackett says: Nov 11, 2012 2:06 PM

    But what is he going to threaten them with next week?

  2. baldfinfan says: Nov 11, 2012 2:30 PM

    Dolphins came out like they expected the Titans to roll over, now they’re playing shellshocked.

    Never underestimate a team that was humiliated the week before.

  3. dbarnes79 says: Nov 11, 2012 3:08 PM

    What’s all that noise about CJ only getting lucky. This is like 3-4 weeks in a row he’s been effective. Also, welcome back Jake Lovker!!

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