Miami Rallies for Last Play Win Over Seattle 24-21

The Dolphins young squad did a lot of growing up on Sunday, and it was led by their rookie quarterback who deserves a game ball.

Ryan Tannehill and the Fins offense put up 17 fourth quarter points, the final three on a Dan Carpenter 43-yard field goal as time expired, as the Dolphins topped the Seattle Seahawks 24-21 at Sunlife Stadium.

Tannehill threw for 253 yards with a touchdown and directed a 65-yard drive in seven plays over the final 1:32 for the winning score.

The run game got a huge boost as Reggie Bush and Daniel Thomas combined for 147 yards with a touchdown apiece on the ground for the Dolphins.

Miami runs their mark to 5-6, and more importantly put a three-game slide to bed.

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