The Dolphins put on an offensive show in the first half against the Texans. Lynne Sladky AP Photo
The Miami Dolphins have continued to play extremely well under Dan Campbell as they've looked dominant for the second consecutive week.
On Sunday agains the Houston Texans, the Dolphins put up a whopping 41 points in the first half, which was capped off by this 85-yard touchdown run by Lamar Miller.
That run put the Dolphins up 41-0 after the missed extra point, which set a new franchise record for the most points scored in one half. Additionally, it gave Miller 236 yards from scrimmage in the first half after he had already caught a 54-yard touchdown pass in which he went untouched on his way to the end zone.
Their 41 points is also the most points they've scored this season, surpassing the 38 they scored last week against the Tennessee Titans.
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