Kansas City Chiefs are in control as Miami Dolphins go scoreless in Germany – NBC 6 South Florida

The Miami Dolphins had a terrible start to their game in Germany as the Kansas City Chiefs took complete control.

After opting to kickoff, Miami had a difficult time stopping the Chiefs’ offense, driving the ball 77 yards in seven plays for the first score.

Miami’s offense seemed out of sync and the Chiefs defense was able to stop them with a three-pointer, with Jaylen Waddle slow to get to his feet after a run play by Mostert.

Penalties were key to Miami’s offensive woes as they found themselves on 3rd-and-15 from their own half and in need of another punt.

Luckily, the Chiefs ended the first quarter with another punt.

The second quarter saw Mahomes and company go three-and-out in the first few minutes, but after another empty Dolphins drive in which Tua Tagovailoa was penalized for intentional grounding, the Chiefs got the ball back and scored in the 14 Plays 95 yards to top it all off. Quick pass from Mahomes to Jerick McKinnon to make it 14-0.

The Dolphins needed a big drive with nearly 2:00 left in the half, but a short pass to Tyreek Hill resulted in a fumble that was returned 59 yards by Bryan Cook, putting the Chiefs up 21-0.

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