Dolphins-Titans quicktake

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NFL Replay will re-air the Tennessee Titans' 27-24 overtime win over the Miami  Dolphins on Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. ET.

Dolphins WR Greg Camarillo committed an unnecessary roughness penalty on a play in which Chad Henne was intercepted by Titans FS Michael Griffin in overtime. The penalty immediately put Tennessee in field goal range, and Titans K Rob Bironas hit a 46-yarder for the win.

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Chris Johnson finished with 159 yards from scrimmage, bringing his season total to 2,176, which keeps him on pace to break Marshall Faulk's record of 2,429. Johnson racked up 104 yards rushing, making him the eighth player in NFL history with nine straight games of at least 100 rush yards. Johnson is now 270 yards shy of becoming the sixth player to reach 2,000 rush yards in a season and 375 yards away from Eric Dickerson's single-season record of 2,105.

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Henne finished with three untimely interceptions, which cost his team points and ultimately doomed the Dolphins. Henne's first pick happened as Miami was driving in Tennessee territory just before halftime. His second came on first-and-10 at the Titans' 14-yard line when his pass into the end zone was picked off. And his third came in overtime, which led to Tennessee's game-winning field goal.


Dolphins RB Ricky Williams (80 rush yards) now has 1,055 for his first 1,000-yard season since 2003, which is now the longest span between 1,000-yard rush seasons in NFL history. ... Tennessee QB Vince Young had his first three-touchdown passing game of his career. ... The Titans, who began the season 0-6, reached .500 for the first time this season. ... Miami lost its first December game under coach Tony Sparano (6-1).

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