Dolphins coach Brian Flores' uncle was a FDNY firefighter, who was on sick leave Sept. 11, 2001 when his house - Ladder 118 - was one of the first to respond to the World Trade Center. Nobody from Ladder 118 came out of the towers that day. Flo's shirt today had meaning. pic.twitter.com/plhfCPWHuN
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"I'm very proud of this offense. I'm very proud of this team for sticking together." Tua Tagovailoa joins @AJRoss_TV after the @MiamiDolphins win over the Jets. pic.twitter.com/Mzj2YwLivK
The hand off to Jaylen Waddle goes for SIX. #FinsUp 📺: #MIAvsNYJ on CBS 📱: NFL app pic.twitter.com/eW4IvRlXi3
Myles Gaskin is up to a season-high 71 rushing yards on 17 carries. Also has 3 catches for 7 yards and a TD That's now 5 straight games of 12+ carries and 15+ touches for Gaskin👀 @ESPNFantasy @FieldYates @MatthewBerryTMR @Stephania_ESPN @MikeClayNFL @DanielDopp
Mike Gesicki called for OPI. Terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible call.
Brandon Jones with the hit and Christian Wilkins comes up with the football! Our ball! #FinsUp pic.twitter.com/OGCQ648Aga
Today's inactives for #MIAvsNYJ #9 Noah Igbinoghene #26 Salvon Ahmed #41 Darius Hodge #84 Hunter Long #90 John Jenkins
The 65-yard pass from @Tua to @MackHollins is the longest of both of their careers. It's the longest completion for the @MiamiDolphins this season after @Tua found Albert Wilson for a 64-yard gain last week vs. Baltimore.
Xavien Howard on offense burning the clock at the end of the game: "I love that shit"
After Mack Hollins caught the long TD pass he told Tua: "I told you" as they had hit on similar plays in practice. #MiamiDolphins
Patrick Laird fights for five yards and gets the first down! #FinsUp pic.twitter.com/oFlheHkxXe
Jevon Holland deep pass break up. What can't this young man do. Great pick by Dolphins GM Chris Grier.
Miami native and former Miami Hurricanes standout Duke Johnson enjoyed contributing to his hometown Dolphins' victory at the rival New York Jets on Sunday.
Injury Update | Brandon Jones has an elbow injury and is questionable to return.
Jaelan Phillips gets the sack and now has at least .5 sacks in three straight games
Jason Sanders missed FG to end the half for sure makes this game worse. 7-7 at halftime and folks, this is shaping up to be worse than Dolphins-Texans. Miami gained 78 yards in 11 plays on its opening drive but has went 85 yards on 24 plays since -- five empty drives twitter.com/Marcel_LJ/stat…
Injury Update | Jamal Perry has a knee injury and is out.
Injury Update | Brennan Scarlett has a knee injury and is out.
lol Robert Hunt just got to spike a TD that counted. #FinsUp
With the Miami Dolphins leading the New York Jets 21-14 in the fourth quarter of their Week 11 contest, Brian Flores’ defense lost one of their more important players.
The team announced that safety Brandon Jones went out with an elbow and his return to game action was questionable. Veteran defensive back Eric Rowe came into the game to replace the second-year safety.
Jones made a huge impact play earlier in the game when he forced Joe Flacco to fumble on a blindside hit that popped the ball into Christian Wilkins’ hands
The 3-7 Miami Dolphins are set to take on the 2-7 New York Jets on Sunday afternoon at Metlife Stadium with an opportunity to win their third game in a row.
For the matchup, the Dolphins listed five players as inactive including running back Salvon Ahmed.
Ahmed joins cornerback Noah Igbinoghene, linebacker Darius Hodge, tight end Hunter Long, and defensive tackle John Jenkins, as the players who will not see action in this game.
Miami’s running back room hasn’t seen much success lately, so the Dolphins are opting to go with a mix of Myles Gaskin, Patrick Laird, and Duke Johnson who was elevated from the practice squad yesterday
Elijah Moore goes 62 YARDS for the @nyjets TD! #TakeFlight 📺: #MIAvsNYJ on CBS 📱: NFL app pic.twitter.com/Icd7A7xk5e
SOURCE: The #Jets are changing up their offensive line. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, acquired via trade from the #Chiefs, will start at right guard today in place of Greg Van Roten
Johnson rushed once for five yards and caught his only target for eight yards in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Dolphins.
Johnson was largely phased out of the offense as Michael Carter played a three-down role for most of the game, but Carter exited late with an ankle injury. If Carter's not ready to return in Week 12 against the Texans, Johnson would likely return to the prominent pass-catching role he's played in recent weeks, having posted five-plus receptions in three of the past five games.
Good to hear Rex Ryan and Robert Saleh talked it out. pic.twitter.com/OvLSBOcEXR
The Jets will host a fellow bottom-feeder on Sunday when the Dolphins visit MetLife Stadium, but Miami still poses a threat.
One of these teams is almost certain to finish last in the division, but Miami (3-7) is on a two-game winning streak following a six-game losing streak earlier this season. New York (2-7) is coming off back-to-back blowout losses in which the defense gave up 45 points in each game. The Jets will also start Joe Flacco, their third quarterback this season.
Not much has gone well for the Jets this year, but the Dolphins offer a few matchups Gang Green could exploit. With that in mind, here are six bold predictions for the Jets in Week 11
Oh that is bad from Ashtyn Davis. Really, really bad. He couldn't even push him out of bounds. I have no idea how that happened. Busted coverage, but then to try to push him out and instead push him forward? Yikes.
John Franklin-Myers said Tua beat the #Jets by throwing up "prayers" and "sometimes prayers are answered."
Coleman rushed five times for 16 yards and caught his lone target for two yards in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Dolphins.
Coleman posted a forgettable stat line, but it's noteworthy that Ty Johnson only got one rushing attempt to Coleman's five, because starter Michael Carter exited the game with an ankle injury. If Carter's forced to miss additional time, Coleman would likely take over as the primary early down running back for the Jets for an appetizing Week 12 matchup with the Texans.
Flacco - Crowder. Touchdown #Jets. Nice job by Corey Davis taking a chunk of #Dolphins defense inside to free that up.
#Jets insider: I caught up with Saleh to discuss the team's rebuilding plan. Recent NFL history is on the Jets' side … White's future … Specific conditions of the Flacco trade … Are they under-utilizing Quinnen Williams? espn.com/blog/new-york-…
Terence Steele will start at LT, La'el Collins is the RT and yes Connor McGovern will be the LG today. Connor Williams is benched.
Looks like Zach Wilson (knee) is doing the same pre-game workout as last week, which includes sprinting. Has a brace on right knee. Will be inactive today. #Jets
Morgan Moses is going right back to the locker room. He's walking with a limp. #Jets
The Dolphins are trying to Mike White the Jets to death.
Not the best look for Joe Douglas' free-agent signings. Jarrad Davis was a priority addition. Started three games. Now, apparently, benched. #jets
LB Quincy Williams introduced with starters as well. Looks like the Jets are making several lineup changes today.
Looks like Elijah Riley will start at safety judging from pregame warmups.
FB Nick Bawden with a big third-down conversion. How many had him on their fantasy team? #Jets
|MIA||1ST||9:09||Jaylen Waddle rushed to the left for 1 yard touchdown||7||0|
|NYJ||1ST||3:04||Joe Flacco passed to Jamison Crowder to the right for 2 yard touchdown||7||7|
|NYJ||2ND||1:10||Matt Ammendola missed a 55-yard field goal||7||7|
|MIA||2ND||0:04||Jason Sanders missed a 32-yard field goal||7||7|
|MIA||3RD||9:16||Tua Tagovailoa passed to Mack Hollins to the left for 65 yard touchdown||14||7|
|NYJ||3RD||5:30||Matt Ammendola missed a 40-yard field goal||14||7|
|NYJ||3RD||3:10||Joe Flacco passed to Elijah Moore to the left for 62 yard touchdown||14||14|
|MIA||4TH||10:23||Tua Tagovailoa passed to Myles Gaskin to the left for 5 yard touchdown||21||14|
|MIA||4TH||2:00||Jason Sanders kicked a 24-yard field goal||24||14|
|NYJ||4TH||0:18||Matt Ammendola kicked a 35-yard field goal||24||17|
|William Fuller V||WR||Hand||OUT|
|Lynn Bowden Jr.||WR||Hamstring||OUT|