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Dolphins Win Monday Night Thriller

The Miami Dolphins have been on the losing end of late comebacks one too many times this season – this week, on the NFL’s biggest stage, the Fins made a late-game charge of their own, toppling the New York Jets, 16-13, in East Rutherford, NJ.

Miami scored 10 unanswered points in the 4th quarter, including Caleb Sturgis’ go-ahead field goal with 1:57 remaining that proved to be just enough to pull away with the crucial victory.

Although Miami wasn’t exactly spectacular in play, they did win on the road, something they haven’t done much when trailing in the final quarter. According to ESPN, this victory was only the second win in the last 50 games in which Miami went into the fourth quarter down to their opponent.

They got the win by taking advantage of several Jets mistakes. With New York backed up into their own territory in their first series of the 4th quarter, Miami took over at the NY 39 yard line following a 10-yard defensive holding penalty. Five plays later, including a 25-yard completion to Jarvis Landry, Lamar Miller tied the game with a 4-yard touchdown. Nick Folk then went on to miss a 45-yard field goal, but Sturgis wouldn’t make the same mistake, adding on three more points for Miami in the aforementioned 26-yard attempt.

New York’s final drive ended when Geno Smith, who threw only 13 times during the game, was intercepted by Reshad Jones with less than a minute to play, dropping the Jets to 2-10 and improving Miami to 7-5.

With the win, the Fins are now tied with Kansas City, Buffalo, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Cleveland in the AFC; however, they currently hold on to the final AFC wild card spot because of tie breakers.

That final playoff spot is completely up for grabs, and one of the teams Miami will be battling with down the stretch to make the postseason will make the trip to South Florida this weekend – the Baltimore Ravens. In fact, three of Miami’s last four games are in the friendly confines of Sun Life Stadium, and the Dolphins will need their fans behind them more than ever in each game. If you want to be a part of Miami’s race to the postseason, look no further than right here at We have tickets to all of Miami’s final four contests right here – and with the season winding down, you have limited chances to see your favorite NFL team in person. So what are you waiting for – get your tickets today at!