Raiders Vs. Dolphins Was A Tale Of 2 Halves

It took some time for Miami's offense to wake up on Sunday, but once it finally got rolling, the Dolphins completely took over the game. Their 35-13 win over the Oakland Raiders was a tale of two halves, as SB Nation's The Phinsider pointed out:

While the first half saw both teams start slowly, with both teams on pace to break punting records, the Dolphins' 28 point explosion in the second half took care of any doubt about the outcome.

Related: Raiders at Dolphins: Miami Offensive Snap Counts

After a tough debut, rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill was much improved in Week 2. He completed 18 of 30 passes for one touchdown and did not throw an interception. And Reggie Bush had a huge game, piling up 172 yards on 26 carries. The Dolphins finished the game with 452 yards of total offense.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more in-depth coverage, be sure to check out Dolphins blog The Phinsider. And for more news, notes and analysis from around the league, visit SB Nation's NFL hub.

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