Bud Adams can go back to giving the middle finger to the opposing team.
The Titans, a week after Adams made it known that folks are playing and coaching and scouting and general managing for their jobs, dismantled the Dolphins on Sunday in Miami, 37-3.
Along the way, Chris Johnson became the first player to run for more than 100 yards against Miami in 23 games, with 126 on 23 carries. That’s four more yards than quarterback Jake Locker generated through the air, completing nine of 21 passes.
Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill had a rough day, with three interceptions.
Running back Reggie Bush didn’t get another carry after a first-quarter fumble; he finished with four attempts for 21 yards. Daniel Thomas got 21 yards on five carries.
The loss drops the Dolphins to 4-5, and it pulls the Titans to 4-6. If the Titans continue to play like they did today, they’ll have at least four more wins.