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Many people have bought into the New York Jets after the last few weeks, but I'm not one of them. They're still a team struggling to find an identity, and the Miami Dolphins defense is better than New England's.
Sure, the Jets covered against Houston, but they only scored one offensive touchdown and played against a Brian Cushing-less Texans defense. Not impressed.
The Dolphins won two in a row before heading into their bye week and have had time to work on getting revenge on the Jets from the Week 3 overtime loss at home.
New York is also coming off a hard-fought overtime loss to the Patriots, which will also be a disadvantage. Ryan Tannehill has gotten better with every week this season, while Mark Sanchez continues to be as inconsistent as they come.
Miami will attack the 30th-ranked New York rush defense with a healthy Reggie Bush leading the way. The Dolphins could easily win by a touchdown.