Dolphins take care of Texans, but not without injury to key player
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa heard MVP chants several times in the first half. Star receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle made the fans ooh and ahh with their elite speed and pass-catching. This should be an easy win for Miami.
Then the Dolphins, who started with the left tackle, left Terron Armstead out of the game in the second quarter, and Tagovailoa started scoring a lot more on the deck than the fans did in Sunday's 30-15 win over the Houston Texans at Hard Rock Stadium wanted to see.
Tagovailoa was sacked four times — all after Armstead left the game with a chest injury — before Tagovailoa left the game as the Texans trimmed the deficit to 30-6 in the third quarter.
Tagovailoa was bent backwards after suffering a hit from Texas defenseman Malek Collins in the closing seconds of the first half. Tagovailoa got up, jabbed the football to stop the clock, and leveled his kicker for a field goal.
But it was still an ugly sequence and a powerful reminder of the season that Tagovailoa has had this season since his concussion Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals in September.
"Yes, I'm sure tomorrow will feel a bit different, but yes, it felt good," Tagovailoa said after the game. "I just thought, get up so we can do it."
Now the Dolphins' biggest concern is the severity of Armstead's injury and whether he may miss significant time en route to the stretch run.
"He has no idea how serious it would be, so we'll find out more [Monday]," Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said of Armstead's injury after the game.
"It was an injury, whatever the result, I'll keep him out of the game."
Armstead isn't the caliber of player the Dolphins can afford to lose during a playoff run in a resurgent season led by Tagovailoa and Hill.
The Dolphins are 8-3 in first place in the AFC East, ahead of the Buffalo Bills with the tiebreak in their favor. Miami is behind only the Kansas City Chiefs for the top seed in the AFC playoff picture.
That is the good news.
But the challenge before Miami: Three straight road games, against the overworked San Francisco 49ers, Justin Herbert and the injured San Diego Chargers and in Buffalo against Josh Allen and the Bills.
"Well we're enjoying our 8-3 win right now and we're going to come to work [Monday], see what we need to improve with and then we'll look to the next team," Tagovailoa said after completing 22 of 36 passes for 299 yards and one touchdown and a 96.9 passer rating.
Tagovailoa threw a touchdown pass to Durham Smythe, running back Jeff Wilson Jr. scored a touchdown in his third straight game since joining the Dolphins, and cornerback Xavien Howard returned a fumble for another touchdown.
The Dolphins stormed 30-0 at halftime, with offense scoring the first 20 points of the game until Armstead's departure messed up Miami's timing and playcalling.
McDaniel took responsibility for being too aggressive with his playcalling late in the second quarter, which also resulted in Hill being hit hard by a Texas defender in midfield in the last minute.
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