While the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are in the thick of the AFC wild-card hunt, neither team has been able to get it together. The Jets and Dolphins both try to get on track Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.
With so much on the line, “Bitten by the injury bug” would best describe the combined 25 players detailed in the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets NFL Week 13 injury reports leading up to their Sunday afternoon showdown at MetLife Stadium.
Longtime AFC East foes collide for the first time in the 2013 NFL season, as the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets renew their bitter rivalry in a Week 13 game with huge implications in the AFC playoff picture.
For the first time in many years, the Miami Dolphins have confidence in their quarterback heading into the regular season. And other than New England Patriots legend Tom Brady, the Fins have the best quarterback in the division.
The Miami Marlins have defined dysfunctional franchise in baseball for years, but in the NFL the team that is putting the fun in dysfunction lately is the New York Jets.
Tim Tebow was sent to the New York Jets in the offseason in a much-ballyhooed trade and was the obsessive focus of ESPN during training camp. Since then, Tebow has fallen off the radar and may have lost the luster he once had as the ultimate team first player.
New York Jets fans have had enough of quarterback Mark Sanchez and it may finally be Tebow time in the Big Apple.
Matt Moore stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins didn’t miss a beat, rolling past the New York Jets 30-9 for their third straight victory.
The Jets currently hold the tiebreaker over Miami in the AFC East. But the Dolphins could even it up with a road-win on Sunday.
The verbal jabs from the New York Jets on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush continued to ratchet up Wednesday as several Jets said Bush will remember their name.