The Dolphins reached deep into their bag of tricks for their first touchdown of Week 6. Brad Mills USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins had been outscored 37-3 in the first quarter before Sunday, but interim head coach Dan Campbell has already made his presence felt.

On the Dolphins' first drive of the Campbell-era, the offense looked better than it has all season. Lamar Miller touched the ball on four-straight plays, something he hasn't done often in his young career. But it wasn't Miller's legs that highlighted the drive -- it was stud wide receiver Jarvis Landry's.

With just over 10 minutes left in the first quarter, Ryan Tannehill faked a screen to Miller and handed the ball off to Landry on a Statue of Liberty play. Landry took it 22 yards to the house as he rumbled past three Titans defenders en route to the end zone.

Campbell got off to a great start as the Dolphins' new head coach as the offense looked perfect on their first drive of the game. A change at the helm could have been just what the Dolphins needed.

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