Miami Dolphins at New York Jets
Miami Dolphins Preview
The best combination for the Miami Dolphins (3-9) at the moment involves quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and wideout DeVante Parker. The duo helped the Dolphins rally from a 28-14, second-half deficit last week against the Philadelphia Eagles, earning a 37-31 win. Fitzpatrick, who is on his eighth NFL team, passed for a season-high 365 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday. Parker, who was Miamiâ€™s first-round pick in 2015 but had underwhelmed until this season, is 146 yards short of what would be his first 1,000-yard season since high school. He has scored a career-high six times, including twice against Philadelphia.
New York Jets Preview
The New York Jets (4-8) lead the NFL with the most players on injured reserve (15). They are paying $70 million to players who are hurt or released-injured. Only two Jets (running back Bilal Powell and center Jonotthan Harrison) have been available every game. With all those injuries, the Jets had their three-game win streak snapped on Sunday, losing 22-6 to the Cincinnati Bengals, who entered at 0-11. New York had just one sack and forced no turnovers. Its offensive line committed seven penalties, including one that resulted in a safety. Running back Leâ€™Veon Bell is averaging a career-low 3.2 yards per rush. He has not rushed for more than 70 yards in any game this season.