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The Miami Dolphins will face off against their division rival New York Jets this Sunday at the New Meadowlands Stadium. Miami has traded wins and losses for nine weeks now, and fans of the Fins almost have to breathe a sigh of relief that the team will be on the road this week given their success away from home this season. The good thing is, you don’t have to miss a minute of the action, even during away games, with! We are your No. 1 source for Miami Dolphins road game packages and Dolphins road game tickets, so be sure to count on us for not only the most up-to-date information about the team (which you can find below), but also for all of your ticketing needs!

Playoff Update

The Miami Dolphins currently sit tied for seventh in the AFC standings, which sounds optimistic, seeing as how six teams from each conference make the playoffs. What is even more encouraging is that one team they are tied with, the Oakland Raiders, lost to the Dolphins less than two weeks ago on its home field while another, the Indianapolis Colts, are reeling and have lost three contests in a row. However, the No. 6 team in the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens, boast an 8-4 record and, as you may remember, beat Miami earlier this season. With four games left in the regular season, it is more imperative than ever for the 6-6 Dolphins to win out these last four games. That is a daunting task, however, seeing as how the last two road game opponents (New York Jets this Sunday and New England in the regular season finale) have a combined 19-5 record. To sum it all up, the Dolphins aren’t out of the race yet, they just have no room for error and need some teams ahead of them to lose in order to make their dream of a trip to the postseason a reality.

Henne Update

Chad Henne is currently the franchise QB, and as much as fans want to blame him and his three interceptions for the loss this last week, his status as the starter is likely not going to change this season. You can blame that on the lack of a back-up (Tyler Thigpen had his opportunity) or you can blame it on receivers who haven’t played to their potential this season, but like it or not, fans will likely see Henne play out the remainder of the 2010 season. The offseason is going to be a different story, as everyone’s jobs will be evaluated – including Head Coach Tony Sparano’s position at the helm of the team.

Injury Update

Wide receiver Brian Hartline, who has arguably been the top wideout on the team this year, underwent a procedure Tuesday to repair a hand injury he suffered last weekend at home against Cleveland. He hasn’t been ruled out for Sunday’s contest yet but it would be surprising if he could make it on the field this week. Brandon Marshall, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, is much more likely to return to action this Sunday against the Jets.