The Dolphins Shutout the Jets 30 to 0
The Miami Dolphins bounced back this week by shutting out the New York Jets. This was an almost must win and the Dolphins delivered in convincing fashion. Miami improved to 10 and 4 on the season. The schedule gets a lot tougher over the final three weeks.
Season Sweep of Jets
The Dolphins took care of business by playing solid in all phases of the game. The game was never in doubt after the defense put their stamp on the game. With the scored tied 0 to 0, Bradley Chubb and crew went to business on pressuring Zach Wilson. Chubb nailed Wilson causing a fumble and Zach Sieler recovered it. This play set Miami up at the Jets’ one yard line. The Dolphins offense got that tough 1 yard on third down via a Raheem Mostert rush.
No Hill, No Problem
Tyreek Hill is a vital part of the Miami Dolphins. He will be needed over the next three weeks if Miami wants to regain that offensive flow they had at time this season. But, today was inactive as a result of an ankle injury he suffered in the loss to the Tennessee Titans.
Waddle filled the void very nicely against the Jets. All Waddle did was put up 142 receiving yards against a tough Jets secondary. Of course, the big play was the 60-yard touchdown reception from Tua Tagovailoa.
New Single Season TD King for Dolphins
Mostert had two rushing touchdowns for Miami. Mostert broke two single touchdown records for Miami. He broke Ricky Williams rushing touchdown record which was 16. For good measure, Mostert also passed Mark Clayton’s overall touchdown record of 18. There are still three games left to add to those numbers.
Dallas Next Up
The Dallas Cowboys got beaten down by the Buffalo Bills today, but they are a really tough football team that will be looking to rebound from today’s wake up call.