"Just couldn't feel my fingers", Mariota said. He returned to the contest, but things didn't get any better.
Two lightning delays could not keep the Miami Dolphins from their first win of the season. The teams went to the locker room during the delay and stayed on the field for halftime, which was shortened to three minutes. The second delay occurred with 6:47 left in the third quarter and lasted 2 hours, 2 minutes. "He plays hard, been a productive player for us and somebody that I was excited to coach and be with". Jordan Phillips and Bobby McCain of Miami and Dion Lewis of Tennessee received offsetting unsportsmanlike conduct penalties for taunting, and Lewan missed the rest of the game. Miami's defense also allowed just 13 points (one Titans touchdown came on a kick return).
Walker suffered a dislocated ankle and an associated fracture, nearly certainly ending his season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
"I'm going to do whatever the coaches want". Jackson hurt his shoulder on a 26-yard punt return. Ryan completed 20 out of 28 attempts for a 71% completion rate, passed for 230 yards and scored two touchdowns in the air.More news: Missouri college drops Nike over new Kaepernick ad campaign
"I reflected a little bit on the grind that it was to get back here", Tannehill said. Lewan sprawled face down on the turf, then suddenly sprang to his feet, and players exchanged words and shoves. "It's a lot of fun to play with them".
While that was tough news for the Titans as they went on to lose a freakish and lengthy game, Hayes' hit has sparked plenty of controversy over whether or not it was dirty.
In the third quarter, Mariota took a hit on his right hand after being knocked down by Dolphins defensive lineman William Hayes.