New York Jets

Nfl Week 3: New York Jets (1-1) @ Miami Dolphins (2-0)

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 19:  Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets looks on during warmups prior to the game against the New England Patriots on September 19, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium  in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Mets ParadiseCorrespondent ISeptember 26, 2010

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Sunday September 26th 2010
8:15 PM EST
NBC
MIA-2
Sun Life Stadium
Last Time They Met: Dolphins Won 30-25

 

Storylines Of The Game

Ending The Drought
The Jets and Rex Ryan are in the midst of a 3 game winless drought when facing against the Miami Dolphins. With their last win coming in Week 1 of the 2008 season, the Jets will be heading down to South Beach with all intentions of ending this slump and beating their teal rivals. Can the Jets pose enough of a problem to beat the 2-0 Dolphins? Or will the Dolphins add yet another game to the win list against their rivals from New York.

Jason Taylor Back In Miami
For the first time in his iconic career, legendary linebacker Jason Taylor will be heading into the Dolphins home field with hopes of handing them a loss. Taylor, who spent 11 of his first 12 season playing for the Fish heads there wearing rival colors. Will Taylor head into Miami and hear the boos he expects? Can he make an impact and help lead his new team to victory?

Mark Franchize?
After constantly being labeled as a mediocre quarterback and the chain holding gang green down, Mark Sanchez walked into New Meadowlands stadium and lead the Jets to their first victory of the season. Coming at the expense of the rival Patriots, Sanchez had a career day, topping his records for touchdown passes and completions. Can the young quarterback continue to improve on this as he faces off against a tougher Dolphin defense?

Revis Island Takes a Break
As Revis sits in New York preparing to watch this Sunday Night Showdown on his couch after an injury in his hamstring, Brandon Marshall will look to show the world why he was brought into Miami this offseason. The young but troubled wide receiver will be looking to capitalize on the Jets misfortune and topple the Jets secondary who will miss their best player.

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