Live updates: Miami Dolphins dominate Washington Commanders in NFL Week 13

Nov 24, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Christian Wilkins (94) reacts after a sack during the first half against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins have a Week 13 date with the Washington Commanders in the nation's capital on Sunday. Keep scrolling for updates, and remember to refresh the page to stay up-to-date.

Head coach Mike McDaniel leads quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins (8-3) against the Commanders (4-8) in a 1 p.m. kickoff. Fox is scheduled to broadcast the AFC East-NFC East matchup.

Tagovailoa and star wide receiver Tyreek Hill will continue a historic pursuit of 2,000 receiving yards in a single season against the NFL's worst statistical secondary. Hill enters the game as the NFL leader in receiving yards (1,324) and touchdowns (10).

Running back Raheem Mostert is second in the NFL in rushing yards (785) and leads in rushing touchdowns (13). He could get backfield help with the return of rookie De'Von Achane, who's battled injuries in his first NFL season.

Defensively, Miami is dealing with injuries to defensive back Jevon Holland, who did not practice Wednesday or Thursday but returned to action Friday.

The Commanders limp into the contest after a disastrous 45-10 loss at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw for 331 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

Washington quarterback Sam Howell enters the contest as the NFL leader in passing yards (3,339).

Miami leads the all-time series 9-6 but the Dolphins lost their most recent matchup 17-16 on Oct. 13, 2019 in Miami Gardens.

Dolphins smash Commanders

Final score: Dolphins 45, Commanders 15

The Miami Dolphins improved to 9-3 with a dominant performance on the road. Washington fell to 4-9 overall.

Achane scores second touchdown of second half

The domination in the DMV continued with De'Von Achane's second rushing touchdown of the second half.

The Dolphins are winning 45-15 with 1:57 left in the fourth quarter.

Dolphins cruising to victory in fourth quarter

Miami holds a 38-15 lead with just over 11 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

The Commanders will take over on offense inside the Washington red zone after a nice punt from Miami's Jake Bailey.

De'Von Achane adds to Dolphins blowout in D.C.

It's a full-on rout in D.C. as rookie running back De'Von Achane plowed in from 1-yard out to extend the Miami advantage to 38-7 in the third quarter.

Miami is averaging 8.5 yards per play and is outgaining Washington 320-130 in total yards.

Raheem Mostert grows Dolphins lead before halftime

Raheem Mostert added to his NFL lead in rushing touchdowns moments before halftime with a 2-yard rush to grow the Dolphins lead to 31-7.

Mostert now has 14 rushing touchdowns in the 2023 regular season.

Tyreek Hill explodes for second long touchdown

Tyreek Hill has his second long touchdown of the first half as the star wide receiver caught a 60-yard touchdown from Tua Tagovailoa to extend Miami's lead.

Hill has three catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the first half.

Miami leads Washington 24-7 midway through the second quarter.

Andrew Van Ginkel pick-six touchdown

The Miami Dolphins are absolutely dominating the Washington Commanders in the first quarter.

Andrew Van Ginkel intercepted Commanders quarterback Sam Howell and returned it for a touchdown. Miami is leading Washington 17-0 with 55 seconds left in the first quarter.

Van Ginkel also has a sack in the first quarter.

More: An emerging NFL pass rusher, Dolphins' Andrew Van Ginkel opens up about no longer 'rushing scared.'

Jason Sanders hits 49-yard field goal

It's a 10-0 advantage for the Dolphins early as Jason Sanders converted a field goal in the first quarter.

Tua Tagovailoa to Tyreek Hill for long touchdown

The Dolphins are ahead almost immediately in Washington D.C.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa hit Tyreek Hill for a wide-open, 78-yard touchdown to give the Dolphins a 7-0 lead

It was the longest play of the season for the Miami Dolphins

Mike McDaniel loses early challenge

The Dolphins head coach fell to 2-10 all-time on challenges after McDaniel threw the red flag over an early reception on the Commanders' first drive.

The call stood and Washington moved near midfield with another completion after the review.

Dolphins set for kickoff at Washington Commanders

The Dolphins are set for 1 p.m. in kickoff at Washington.

Miami won the opening coin toss and deferred to the second half.

11:30 a.m. | Jevon Holland is OUT today vs. Washington Commanders

Safety Jevon Holland, who had that dynamic 99-yard interception return last week against the Jets, will miss today's game with injuries to his knees.

Holland did not practice Wednesday and Thursday and was limited Friday.

The Dolphins will have rookie running back De'Von Achane in uniform today. Achane has been hampered by a knee injury and has just one carry for 1 yard since the Oct. 8 game against the New York Giants.

Achane is averaging 11.8 yards per carry, but Raheem Mostert is second in the league in rushing and first in rushing touchdowns, so Miami should have its 1-2 punch today.

The Dolphins also will have left tackle Terron Armstead on the field today.


What time is the Dolphins game today?

  • When: 1 p.m. Sunday, December 3

  • Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland

What channel is Dolphins vs. Commanders on today?

Dolphins vs. Commanders will air on Fox. Adam Amin will handle play-by-play duties with Mark Schlereth serving as analyst.

Streaming options include fuboTV, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

Dolphins-Commanders betting odds

Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of Friday, December 1.

  • Spread: Dolphins (-9.5)

  • Over/under: 49.5 points

  • Moneyline: Dolphins -450, Commanders +350

Dolphins schedule 2023



Sunday, Sept. 10

at Los Angeles Chargers: W 36-34

Sunday, Sept. 17

at New England Patriots*: W 24-17

Sunday, Sept. 24

vs. Denver Broncos: W 70-20

Sunday, Oct. 1

at Buffalo Bills: L 48-20

Sunday, Oct. 8

vs. New York Giants: W 31-16

Sunday, Oct. 15

vs. Carolina Panthers: W 42-21

Sunday, Oct. 22

at Philadelphia Eagles*: L 31-17

Sunday, Oct. 29

vs. New England Patriots: W 31-17

Sunday, Nov. 5

vs. Kansas City Chiefs^: L 21-14

Sunday, Nov. 12


Sunday, Nov. 19

vs. Las Vegas Raiders: W 20-13

Friday, Nov. 24

at New York Jets: W 34-13

Sunday, Dec. 3

at Washington Commanders

Monday, Dec. 11

vs. Tennessee Titans*

Sunday, Dec. 17

vs. New York Jets

Sunday, Dec. 24

vs. Dallas Cowboys

Sunday, Dec. 31

at Baltimore Ravens


vs. Buffalo Bills

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