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Titans build 21-point lead in Miami

Reggie Bush, Jason McCourty 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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