- Dolphins Top Jaguars, 27-3, For First Preseason Win
- Postgame Notebook: Strugis Has A Special Birthday; Other Notes
- Analyst Game Balls
- VIDEO: Gray TD Run
- VIDEO: Keller TD Catch
- VIDEO: Carroll Interception
- VIDEO: Jaguars Postgame Recap
- VIDEO: Coach Philbin Press Conference
- PHOTO GALLERY: Dolphins At Jaguars Game Action
- Dolphins At Jaguars: Pregame Notes
The Dolphins’ convincing victory at Jacksonville made for nice birthday presents for both rookie kicker
Sturgis, who turned 24 on Friday, made both of his field goal attempts, including a 58-yarder in the third quarter, and also produced four touchbacks on six kickoffs.
Moore, meanwhile, completed 5 of 9 passes for 58 yards on the day he turned 29.
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Joeckel, the second overall pick in the 2013 draft, protected Tannehill’s blind side in his senior season at Texas A&M University and helped him become the eighth overall pick in 2012.
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The Dolphins wore all-white uniforms on Friday night, while Jacksonville wore black pants with black jerseys.
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The list of Dolphins players who did not play against Jacksonville consisted of guard
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## Miami’s 27 points were the most in the preseason under Philbin and the highest total since Aug. 12, 2011 when the Dolphins defeated the Falcons 28-23 in Atlanta.
## Miami did not commit any penalties on offense in the victory at Jacksonville.
## Miami was 3 (4 takeaways, 1 giveaway) in the victory at Jacksonville.
## With the victory, Miami won its fifth consecutive preseason game vs. Jacksonville and leads the overall preseason series 6-4. The Dolphins also scored 27 points in the teams’ previous meeting, a 27-26 Miami victory at Jacksonville in 2010.
## Ryan Tannehill finished the game at Jacksonville 5-of-9 for 75 yards and one touchdown and a 120.1 passer rating.
## Miami’s first-team defense allowed only 14 yards on the three possessions they were in the game.
## Caleb Sturgis saw his first action of the preseason, connecting on a 58-yard field goal in the third quarter at Jacksonville. The 58-yard field goal would have tied for the third longest in team history if it would have been in the regular season or playoffs. Sturgis also added a 36-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.