When Miami Dolphins rookie receiver Jarvis Landry dived into the end zone for a fourth-quarter touchdown Thursday, he was just getting started. A replay review upheld the score, and Landry then sprinted up and down the sideline in a celebration of redemption.
Landry bounced back from a potentially disastrous fumble, and the Dolphins ended a streak of three consecutive losses to Buffalo, overcoming a third-quarter deficit to win, 22-9.
"It was great to swing the tide," Landry said. "It was good not to be the little brother."
Ryan Tannehill shook off five sacks to throw late touchdown passes of seven yards to Brandon Gibson and eight yards to Landry....