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Dolphins blow the Texans away in explosive first half

The Miami Dolphins had the time of their life on Sunday. The Houston Texans lived a nightmare.

Dan Campbell's team hung a beating for ages on Houston in the first half, taking a 41-0 lead into halftime of Sunday's easy win. How dominant were the Dolphins? They were up 35-0 before the Texans gained their first yard on offense. Ryan Tannehill (12/12, 231 yards, 4 TDs, 158.3 rating), Lamar Miller (236 total yards, 2 TDs) and Jarvis Landry (5/83/2) are all on pace for career days.

A snap shot of the carnage:

Tannehill gets it going with a too-easy 53-yard TD hook-up with Rishard Matthews:

Landry turns a 12-yard gain for mortals into a 55-yard touchdown:

Miller makes it look to easy on this screen pass score:

Reshad Jones collects himself a pick six, commencing the insult-to-injury portion of the day:

Miller removes any doubt the Texans' defense has given up on 85-yard touchdown run:

We'll have a follow if Bill O'Brien's head explodes during halftime.

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