Game replay: Miami Dolphins get fifth straight win with 20-9 victory over New York Giants

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MIAMI GARDENS — The Dolphins will have receiver DeVante Parker and center Michael Deiter available for today's game against the New York Giants.

The Dolphins (5-7) are seeking their fifth consecutive victory. The Giants (4-7) will be without starting quarterback Daniel Jones, who has a neck injury. Mike Glennon will start in his place.

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3:33 p.m. | Waddle returns to sideline

Waddle is back on the Dolphins sideline warming up after going to the locker room to hydrate for cramps, according to the Fox NFL broadcast.

Miami's latest drive stalled outside the Giants red zone. Jason Sanders missed a 52-yard field goal attempt wide-right. Dolphins lead remains 17-6 with just over eight minutes remaining.

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3:25 p.m. | Dolphins extend lead

Tua Tagovailoa found Isaiah Ford at the front pylon of the end zone to extend Miami's lead to 17-6 with 11:06 left in the fourth quarter.

Tua is 28-for-37 (76 percent), 211 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, 106.9 passer rating.

3:22 p.m. | Waddle exits with injury

Minutes after setting a Dolphins rookie record, Waddle walked off the field and into the locker room after suffering an injury on a tackle by Giants defender Logan Ryan. Waddle went down after making a long catch in the middle of the field and was hit by Ryan after attempting to get up and continue play.

Waddle waved to encourage fans who chanted his name while leaving the field.

3:05 p.m. | Waddle sets Dolphins record

Wide receiver Jaylen Waddle set the Dolphins franchise record for receptions in a rookie season midway through the third quarter. Waddle caught a slant over the middle from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Waddle's 85th reception surpassed the previous mark set by Jarvis Landry in 2014.

2:43 p.m. | Giants cut into Dolphins lead

The New York Giants moved the ball on the ground with success, but stalled in the Dolphins red zone. A short field goal cut the Miami advantage to 10-6 early in the third quarter.

2:15 p.m. | Tua finds Hollins to take lead

The Miami Dolphins complete a long scoring drive as Tua Tagovailoa rolls out to hit a diving Mack Hollins in the corner of the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown.

Tua and the Dolphins offense found a rhythm with the short passing game in taking a 10-3 lead into halftime. Tagovailoa is 21 of 25 for 137 yards and a touchdown.

1:50 p.m. | Dolphins draw level

Miami placekicker Jason Sanders made a 48-yard field goal as the Dolphins produced their best drive of the first half to offset New York's opening points.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has opened the game 10 of 13 passing, good for 77 percent and a continuation of his prolific accuracy statistics.

The Dolphins and Giants are tied 3-3 midway through the second quarter.

1:41 p.m. | Giants open scoring

New York Giants kicker Graham Gano knocked down a 39-yard field goal to give the Giants lead early in the second quarter.

1:35 p.m. | Dolphins-Giants play scoreless first quarter

Nothing to separate New York and Miami after the first quarter at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

The Dolphins have struggled to muster a significant drive while the Giants have managed to reach Miami territory on multiple possessions.

Quarterback Mike Glennon connected with receiver Kenny Golladay to convert a long third down in Dolphins territory on the first play of the second quarter.

1:23 p.m. | Howard skies for athletic INT

The Dolphins nab the game's first big play as defensive back Xavien Howard skies for an interception on a deep ball in his own red zone. Howard managed to get up and return the interception to midfield, but was ruled down after review.

Howard now has 4 interceptions, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one fumble return for touchdown this season.

Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins start the drive at their 3-yard line.

1 p.m. | Giants receive opening kick

Play is underway at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

The New York Giants receive the opening kickoff and convert a short third-down try in the game's first action.

11:30 a.m. | DeVante Parker, Michael Deiter active

Receiver DeVante Parker and center Michael Deiter are active for today's game.

But the Dolphins will be without running back Phillip Lindsay, who rushed for 42 yards in his Dolphins debut last week.

Safety Brandon Jones (elbow) will miss his second consecutive game.

Tight end Adam Shaheen (knee) also is out today, giving another opportunity to rookie Hunter Long.

In addition to missing starting QB Daniel Jones, the Giants will be without two of their top three receivers (Kadarius Toney and Sterling Shepard).

Miami Dolphins inactives

6 CB Trill Williams

29 S Brandon Jones

31 RB Phillip Lindsay

41 LB Darius Hodge

80 TE Adam Shaheen

90 DT John Jenkins

New York Giants inactives

QB Daniel Jones

CB Adoree’ Jackson

WR Kadarius Toney

WR Sterling Shepard

OLB Oshane Ximines

G Wes Martin

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Post: Miami Dolphins vs. NY Giants: Live updates, score from NFL Week 13

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