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Buccaneers force four turnovers in the first half

The Dolphins don’t know what’s happening to them.

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense is having a field day against the Miami Dolphins: they’ve forced a ridiculous four turnovers today, and the second half hasn’t even started.

Three of those turnovers were Jay Cutler interceptions, with Justin Evans, Robert McClain and Kwon Alexander taking away the ball from the veteran quarterback. The fourth was a very nice forced fumble, with Ryan Smith knocking the ball out of Jarvis Landry’s arms, and falling on it too.

Outside of those turnovers, though, there’s some work to do. The Dolphins have had little trouble moving the ball, which led to an early touchdown, and those turnovers won’t keep coming forever. The offense also needs to step it up a little. Four turnovers are nice, but scoring 17 points off them and 20 in total is not really enough.

Still, the Bucs are up 20-7 and appears to be in full control in this game. Stick with us for the second half!