Titans Obliterate Dolphins 37-3 for Worst Home Loss Since 1968

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- The Dolphins inexplicably "punished" Reggie Bush (aka LaMontelle Pussyhammer) after LaMontelle fumbled on a 3rd-and-12 run for a first down, ending Miami's second possession and giving the Titans fantastic field position (which resulted in a TD). LaMontelle did not see the field for the rest of the game, which is weird because, you know ... EVERYONE ELSE ON OUR TEAM IS FAIRLY SHITTY. In addition, Guard Richie Incognito was also benched for a few plays after a dumb 15-yard penalty proving that Joe Philbin is absolutely NOT AFRAID TO PUT BABY IN A CORNER if she acts up. Oddly, he did not bench Tannehill despite him sucking very badly and Incognito did come in after those few plays on the bench yet Bush did not. Hmmm ... DAS RAYCESS!

- Shockingly, that wide receiving juggernaut duo, Hartline/Bess, are not so impressive when the team is playing from behind. Without some true talent at the wide receiver position -- one the Dolphins consistently passed up on round after round during this year's draft because, you know, MOAR LINEMANZ PLZ -- we'll never be able to catch up from behind. This was especially evident on an afternoon where receivers routinely could not establish much separation and dropped balls.

- Conversely, guys like Kenny Britt, Damian Williams, and Jared Cook made plays for their VERY crappy quarterback and put the clownsuit on 'shutdown corner' Sean Smith over and over again. Sean Smith also started the game with a dropped interception and ended the game in the exact same way because SEAN SMITH GONNA SEAN SMITH, Y'ALL.

- Chris Johnson became the first running back to amass 100-plus yards against the Dolphins defense in 23 games, an impressive streak considering how putrid we've been the past couple of seasons. The Jittery One finished with 23 rushes for 126 yards and one touchdown on a NASTY 17 yard run through our defense that made him look like he was drawing up some crazy shit on Picture Pages.

- Even though the Dolphins only had 7 penalties for 67 yards it might as well have been 30 penalties for 1,500 yards because they seemed to always come after a positive play for the Dolphins. This was beyond frustrating all game long as we could not seem to get anything started on offense.

- As stated earlier, this is the Dolphins worst home loss since 1968 and was the most lopsided victory against the team since the infamous 62-7 loss against the Jaguars back in 2000. But, you know, everything's fine!!! FOUR WINS WOOHOOO!

The Miami Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night during a shortened week. Kickoff is at 8:20 p.m.

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