The Miami Dolphins have struck first in their Week 10 game against the Washington Redskins. The Dolphins' first drive was an easy one that ended with running back Reggie Bush walking into the end zone for a one-yard touchdown. Miami now leads, 7-0.
The Redskins looked like they would be able to stop the Dolphins early in the drive, but Matt Moore kept it alive with a 26-yard pass to Brandon Marshall. Miami converted another first down to set up first and goal when Bush caught a pass in the flat, then got even closer when Perry Riley was called for a horse collar tackle on Daniel Thomas. Two plays later, Bush bounced it outside and literally trotted into the end zone with zero Redskins around him.
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