Sunday October 25th, 2015

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry had the Houston Texans defense running all over the field on Sunday.

Landry caught a short pass from quarterback Ryan Tannehill along the left sideline. The wide receiver then ran across to the opposite side of the field, weaving through the defenders and eventually landing in the end zone for a 50-yard touchdown.

Tannehill had another 50-plus yard touchdown earlier in the first quarter, finding Rishard Matthews on a slant route, which Matthews took all the way past Houston’s secondary for a score.

Landry would score another touchdown late in the first quarter. Running back Lamar Miller also got in on the action with an 85-yard rushing touchdown to add to his

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Tannehill is the first quarterback with three 50-plus yard touchdown passes in the first half of a game since Randall Cunningham in 1998.

The Dolphins went on to beat the Texans, 44–26, after leading 35–0 early in the second quarter following a Reshad Jones pick-six.

- Beth Maiman

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