Regular Season Closes with the Miami Dolphins (8-7) Battling the New York Jets (7-8)

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The Miami Dolphins play their last game of the regular season against the AFC East rival New York Jets at Sun Life Stadium. Brian Hartline is on track to break the 1,000 yard receiving barrier for the second straight year. Kickoff is set for 1:00 PM ET and the game can be seen on CBS. Miami goes in with an 8-7 overall record and 2-3 division record on the season. New York is 7-8 overall and 2-3 in the division.

In the first meeting for these two teams in week 13, the Jets suffered a blowout loss, 23-3. Olivier Vernon racked up 10 tackles and three sacks.

The Dolphins are coming off a 19-0 defeat against the Bills, a game in which Philip Wheeler was the standout player, recording 14 tackles. The Jets are fresh off a 24-13 victory over the Browns. Chris Ivory put forth an impressive effort, racking up 109 yards on 20 carries.


Jets Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

C

72.7

G. Smith

230

416

2,856

12

21

F

43.0

M. Simms

16

31

156

1

1


Dolphins Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

B

82.7

R. Tannehill

335

548

3,709

23

14


Jets Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B-

80.3

C. Ivory

RB

177

814

4.6

3

C

76.5

B. Powell

RB

155

621

4.0

1

C

72.7

G. Smith

QB

62

322

5.2

5


Dolphins Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

C

75.4

L. Miller

RB

160

636

4.0

2

C

74.2

D. Thomas

RB

107

406

3.8

4

B

82.7

R. Tannehill

QB

38

219

5.8

1


Jets Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B-

80.0

J. Kerley

WR

38

483

12.7

3

C+

77.9

S. Holmes

WR

20

415

20.8

1

C+

77.1

J. Cumberland

TE

25

368

14.7

4


Dolphins Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B+

88.0

B. Hartline

WR

74

978

13.2

4

B

86.7

M. Wallace

WR

68

905

13.3

4

A-

90.7

C. Clay

TE

65

716

11.0

6


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