Tyreek Hill's Touchdown Propels Dolphins to 17-3 Halftime Lead Over Patriots 

by: Yatriinfo.com

The Dolphins burst into the lead with a 23-yard field goal by Jason Sanders, setting the tone for a dynamic first half. 

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa displayed exceptional accuracy, completing 15 of 20 passes for 181 yards and a crucial 2-yard TD pass to Tyreek Hill. 

Tyreek Hill shone with three catches for 25 yards, including a spectacular touchdown reception that electrified fans. 

Jaylen Waddle also played a pivotal role, making three receptions for 54 yards, helping the Dolphins dominate the first half. 

Raheem Mostert's 8-yard touchdown run added to Miami's impressive offensive display, showcasing their versatility. 

The Dolphins averaged 7.0 yards per play, amassing a total of 237 yards, and securing 15 first downs. 

New England managed only a field goal in four possessions, with rookie Mac Jones completing 14 of 18 passes for 95 yards. 

New England cornerback Marcus Jones, filling in for the injured Jonathan Jones, suffered a shoulder injury and is uncertain for the remainder of the game. 

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