The Miami Dolphins woke up out of their first-quarter slumber to respond in the second quarter with two scoring drives with less than six minutes remaining to take a 10-6 lead over the St. Louis Rams at halftime of their game at Sun Life Stadium in Miami.
The Rams are still dominating the numbers game, and if you looked at the box score without looking at the scoreboard, you'd think the Rams were blowing out the Dolphins.
But that is not the case. The Dolphins have taken advantage of the little opportunities they've gotten in order to secure the lead, but they still have to figure out a way to stop the Rams offense from moving the ball against them. The Rams already have 137 rushing yards, and quarterback Sam Bradford has 169 yards passing. Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill only has 108 yards passing, but it includes a 29-yard touchdown pass to Marlon Moore.