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Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets Preview

SERIES RECORD: Miami trails in the all-time series, 47-52-1

LAST MEETING: In London on Oct. 4, 2015; New York 27, Miami 14

Preview:

After the last meeting between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets resulted in a loss and the firing of their head coach, the Fins are hoping their second meeting against their division rival goes a lot smoother.

Less than two months ago, Miami and New York traveled to London for a meeting at Wembley Stadium, and the Jets got the best of Miami, 27-14. It marked the third loss in a row for the Dolphins, who subsequently let go Joe Philbin and named Dan Campbell interim head coach. In the game, Chris Ivory ran for a career-high 166 yards and a touchdown, while QB Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 218 yards.

Since then, Miami has gone 3-3, and they hope to inch closer to .500 when they visit the Jets this weekend, which will be their second to last road game of the season. With four home games still remaining this season, there is still plenty of time to see your favorite NFL team play in person in South Florida. And, as always, MiamiDolphinsTickets.com is your best online source for Miami Dolphins tickets, ticket packages, Miami Dolphins VIP tickets and parking at Sun Life stadium for those games, as well as the latest news on the team! Check out all of the offers we have for these contests right here!

Last game:

Tony Romo returned to the field for the first time since Week 2 and led the Dallas Cowboys to a comeback victory, defeating Miami 24-14, at Sun Life Stadium in Week 11. The Cowboys, 3-7, scored 10 unanswered points in the final period to take down Miami, whose record fell to 4-6.

The New York Jets played catch-up all day, but the Houston Texans pulled away in the second half, as the Jets fell, 24-17, in Texas. New York never led in the game but did tie the game twice, including at 10 all early in the third quarter. However, Houston scored two consecutive TDs in the third period to provide a cushion, and the Jets’ fourth-quarter comeback fell short.

Injury update:

Miami had three players out of practice Wednesday due to injury: LB Jelani Jenkins (ankle), tackle Ja’Wuan James (toe) and WR Jarvis Landry (knee), while six others were limited: safety Walt Aikens (ankle), safety Reshad Jones (pectoral), CB Brice McCain (knee), LB Koa Misi (abdomen), LB Spencer Paysinger (neck) and LB Kelvin Sheppard (hamstring).

New York had four players not participating in practice on Wednesday: safety Dion Bailey (ankle), TE Kellen Davis (non-injury), center Nick Mangold (hand) and CB Darrelle Revis (concussion), while WR Brandon Marshall (toe) was limited.