Reshad Jones is making a strong case for the Pro Bowl this season. Steve Mitchell USA TODAY Sports
It's safe to say interim head coach Dan Campbell has the Miami Dolphins playing like a different -- and much better -- team in Week 6.
Safety Reshad Jones has looked like a Pro Bowler this season, and he upped his bid against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Late in the third quarter, Jones read Marcus Mariota perfectly, jumped the route, and took the interception back 30 yards to the house to give the Dolphins a 24-3 lead. To cap it off, Jones did a spectacular corkscrew flip, though he didn't exactly stick the landing.
It was Jones' first interception of the season, but he's racked up tackles left and right for the Dolphins. It will be tough to keep him out of the Pro Bowl when he makes plays like this one.
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