The Miami Dolphins bounced back from their last second loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving with a dominating 34-14 win over the Oakland Raiders. A big third quarter effectively iced the game away for the Dolphins, as Carson Palmer and a banged up Raiders team traveled across the country and were never in it. Reggie Bush had a big day for the Dolphins, as he rushed 22 times for 100 yards and one easy touchdown. Matt Moore completed 13 passes for 162 yards and a touchdown, but Kevin Burnett's interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter was the highlight that extended the Dolphins lead to 34-0. Palmer would throw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, inflating his numbers a bit but this game was never close. With a long week off and almost a fully healthy roster, the Dolphins came out ready to play and snapped the Raiders' three game winning streak. 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.