Titans vs. Dolphins score update: Tennessee dominating Miami 31-3 through three quarters

The Tennessee Titans continued to pile on the Miami Dolphins in the third quarter Sunday, adding another touchdown to extend the Titans' lead to 31-3 heading into the fourth quarter.

The Titans' third-quarter touchdown came through the air on a 3rd-and-15 play from the Miami 26-yard line. Tennessee had just been pushed back five yards on a false start, and quarterback Jake Locker found a pass down the right to Jared Cook for a score with 6:54 left in the quarter. Rob Bironas hit the extra point to make it a 28-point game.

Tennessee's Chris Johnson had 19 rushes and 104 yards at the end of the third quarter. It's his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season.

Miami's offense struggled moving again in the third quarter, and the Dolphins have only gained 182 yards of total offense through three quarters. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was 17 of 26 for 151 yards and two interceptions—a quarterback rating of 48.7—and the team's leading rusher at the beginning of the fourth quarter was Reggie Bush. He had four rushes for 21 yards.

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