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Dolphins win epic, twice delayed, opener over Titans

11 September 2018

Sunday's season opener between the Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans started with the slate of early National Football League games.

The Titans were without Marcus Mariota after he suffered an elbow injury in the third quarter against the Dolphins.

The Titans had crossed midfield when Jones intercepted a Gabbert pass, and Jason Sanders' 30-yard field goal iced the game with 3:49 to go. That game lasted five hours, 16 minutes.

Tannehill, playing for the first time since a knee injury in late 2016, went 20 for 28 for 230 yards with two scores and two interceptions.

"We just had a post route on and the corner was sitting outside and used our speed", Stills said.

With Delanie Walker expected to be sidelined for the foreseeable future, tight ends Jonnu Smith and Luke Stocker are in line to see more snaps going forward.

"I'm not using it as an excuse, but I should have made sure I was making the best decision for the team", he said.

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"I wasn't as sharp as I like to be", he said.

Titans: Adoree Jackson hurt his shoulder on a 26-yard punt return in the third quarter.

Jakeem Grant scored on a 102-yard kickoff return, Stills caught a 75-yard touchdown pass and Jones returned his second interception of the game 54 yards.

The Dolphins marched down the field with a 12-play, 98-yard drive in the second quarter to take their first lead. Lewan was removed from the game following the play. "There are a lot of plays I wanted to have back".

The Titans face Houston in their home opener next Sunday.

ANTHEM: Colin Kaepernick, a leader of the protest movement by NFL players against social injustice, tweeted his support after Dolphins receivers Stills and Albert Wilson knelt during the national anthem.

Dolphins win epic, twice delayed, opener over Titans