The Dolphins’ Kenny Stills, shown catching a touchdown pass Oct. 4 against the Jets in London, is likely to start for Miami in Sunday’s game against Tennessee. But the Titans’ strong pass defense could force the Dolphins to run more.
The Dolphins’ Kenny Stills, shown catching a touchdown pass Oct. 4 against the Jets in London, is likely to start for Miami in Sunday’s game against Tennessee. But the Titans’ strong pass defense could force the Dolphins to run more. Tim Ireland AP
The Dolphins’ Kenny Stills, shown catching a touchdown pass Oct. 4 against the Jets in London, is likely to start for Miami in Sunday’s game against Tennessee. But the Titans’ strong pass defense could force the Dolphins to run more. Tim Ireland AP