Raiders Vs. Dolphins Score: Miami Trails Oakland 10-7

At the end of the first half, the Miami Dolphins trail the Oakland Raiders 10-7. The only points scored in the second quarter was a 25-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski. The big play of the Raiders length drive was a 31-yard completion from Carson Palmer to David Ausberry that put Oakland within striking distance

The Dolphins offense was stopped in the second quarter. In their four second-quarter possessions, they had three drives where the Dolphins punted after three plays, and only their opening drive of the quarter went beyond that. That drive still just went seven plays before ending with a punt.

Starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill has struggled for Miami as he just 9-for-19 with 85 yards.

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