Dolphins Vs. Raiders Score Update: Miami Takes 6-0 Lead After First Quarter

After one quarter at Sun Life Stadium, the Miami Dolphins have a 6-0 lead over the Oakland Raiders. The silver and black came to Miami looking to extend a three game winning streak, but it was the Dolphins who came out in the first quarter and moved the ball against a banged up Raider defense. Reggie Bush has rushed the ball five times for 53 yards in a big first quarter for the former Heisman trophy winner. While they have moved the ball up and down the field, the Fins were unable to punch it in, settling for two Dan Carpenter field goals.

The Raider offense has been unable to get anything going, as the Dolphins have put heavy pressure on Carson Palmer through much of the first half. Miami heads to the second quarter looking find the end zone and extend their 6-0 lead.

For more news, discussion, and analysis on Miami, visit SB Nation's Dolphins blog, Phinsider. For more on Oakland, visit SB Nation's Raiders blog, Silver And Black Pride, and SB Nation Bay Area.

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