Ron Rivera, head coach of the Washington Commanders, took over the defensive playcalling duties following the recent firing of defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio. The results were all too similar, as the Miami Dolphins scored one explosive play after another in a dominant 45-15 victory. In a bold move, the Dolphins ran the ball for a score on fourth-and-goal with less than two minutes left in the game, further solidifying their win. It was a big play from Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins’ head coach, as a twist of the knife to his former team. All eyes were on Tyreek Hill, the Dolphins’ wide receiver, as he scored two exceptional long touchdowns. Hill’s performance put him closer to his target of 2,000 receiving yards. On the other side of the field, Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel had a strong game and running back Brian Robinson showed promise before suffering a hamstring injury. However, the Commanders struggled to convert overall, with quarterback Sam Howell completing only 12 passes out of 23 attempts. Defensively, the Dolphins’ Andrew Van Ginkel made a game-changing play, intercepting and returning it for a touchdown early in the game. The Miami defense was relentless, leaving little room for the Commanders to execute their plays. Rookie running back De’Von Achane had a standout game, adding two touchdowns to the Dolphins’ dominant win. Rookie cornerback Jartavius Martin also made his presence known, tallying five solo tackles and a tackle for loss. The Dolphins’ offense shone as Tua Tagovailoa completed deep passes all game long. In contrast, the Commanders lacked offensive power and struggled to establish their game plan.
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