DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Reggie Bush's vantage point was from behind. Carrying the ball on a sweep, he happily followed 303-pound pulling center Mike Pouncey, who led the way like a runaway bulldozer.
"I knew it was going to be a big play," Bush said.
It ended in the end zone. The 21-yard touchdown run showed that when the Miami Dolphins get their ground game going, they can be hard to stop.
For the first time since Week 3, the Dolphins topped 100 yards rushing Sunday in their 24-21 victory over Seattle. While Ryan Tannehill led a fourth-quarter comeback and Dan Carpenter kicked the winning field goal on the final play, the resurgent running attack was an unsung hero -- and cause for encouragement heading into December.
"All week we talked about getting back to Miami Dolphin football -- running the ball well, getting 4 or 5 yards, and the big runs will come," Bush said. "We really talked about controlling the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball."
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