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Titans 30, Dolphins 17

Dolphins sluggish

MIAMI — When unhappy Dolphins fans chanted "We want Moore," it was clear they didn't want more Ryan Tannehill. Matt Moore is Miami's second-string quarterback, and though he last started a game in 2011, he was the team's most popular passer as Tannehill and the offense had another dreadful outing in losing to Tennessee. The Dolphins totaled eight first downs, and six of their 41 plays ended with a sack. Tannehill heard the chants. "Do I like it? No," Tannehill said. "But it doesn't affect how I play or how I think about myself."

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