The Miami Dolphins hold a 17-3 lead against the New England Patriots going into the half-time break at Gillette Stadium.
The Miami Dolphins have taken a commanding 14-3 lead against the New England Patriots.
Wide receiver Brandon Gibson got them off to a good start, opening the scoring with a four-yard reception from quarterback Ryan Tannehill with 6:32 left on the clock in the first quarter.
As the Patriots tried to respond, Tom Brady threw an interception to cornerback Dimitri Patterson when aiming for Rob Gronkowski.
Brady was then sacked at the start of the second quarter for a loss of seven yards, before Tannehill found running back Daniel Thomas to make it 14-0.
New England's offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer was carted off with a leg injury, before a Stephen Gostkowski field goal attempt reduced the lead.
Caleb Sturgis ended the half by kicking a 52-yard field goal effort of his own, to give the Dolphins a 14-point advantage.
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