HOUSTON (AP) -- Miami rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill's NFL debut was going pretty well.
Then the eighth overall pick in this year's draft got an up close and personal introduction to just how good Houston's defense can be.
Tannehill threw three interceptions in less than six minutes in the second quarter and the Texans capitalized on those errors to take a big lead on go on to a 30-10 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
"We emphasized to our players all week the importance of the turnover margin," Miami coach Joe Philbin said. "Obviously it's the No. 1 statistic in football. We banged it home every single day. Unfortunately it wasn't reflected in the performance today."
The Dolphins were up 3-0 before Tannehill's first miscue. Johnathan Joseph made a nifty, juggling interception and returned it 36 yards. An unnecessary roughness penalty on Mike Pouncey gave the ball to the Texans at the 7. But they couldn't get anything going on offense and lost 10 yards before tying it at 3l wi...