Jets Dominate Dolphins Across the Pond
The surprising New York Jets moved to 3-1 in the Todd Bowles era after beating the Miami Dolphins in London by a score of 27-14.
The Jets ran for more than 200 yards on the day, getting 166 from Chris Ivory, 34 from Ryan Fitzpatrick and seven from Zac Stacey.
Ivory was the workhorse all day for Gang Green, carrying the ball 29 times and scoring a touchdown.
Brandon Marshall led the receiving corps, catching seven balls for 128 yards. Eric Decker also had 46 yards and a touchdown.
The Jets defense also made it hard for the Dolphins to get anything going; Ryan Tannehill was just 19-44. He had two touchdowns but also had two interceptions. The stout run defense also allowed only 59 yards.
The Jets will carry their 3-1 record into a bye week before they will take on the Redskins on Oct. 18. That will be the precursor to an Oct. 25 showdown with the AFC East leading New England Patriots.