Dolphins prepare for Jets week

In the NFL it’s never a good idea to go down the schedule and mark down W’s and L’s. That being said it is also very important in the NFL to win the games that your suppose to win. This week the Dolphins enter Jets week, healthy, well rested and confident.

The Jets don’t have the same fortune, coming off a tough loss to New England and clearly not the same team they were when the Dolphins saw them last. No Santonio Holmes and No Revis, the Dolphins have no excuses this week. The Jets do get back Phins killer Dustin Keller but this is a Jets offense that has really failed to find its way while on the other side the Dolphins has only improved as the season has progressed.

The Dolphins aren’t the same team that the Jets saw earlier in the season, things are starting to figure themselves out in Miami and at 3-3 and in 2nd place of the AFC East and currently in a wildcard spot the Dolphins have a real opportunity in front of them.

The term “must win” is cliche and overused in sports however if the Dolphins have any intention of being a playoff team or contender this is a “must win” game.

The matchup sets up well for the Dolphins and the players are hungry waiting for this week.

Richie incognito ‏@68INCOGNITO

IT’S OFFICIALLY JETS WEEK #TURNUP

Jonathan A. Martin ‏@J_Martin71

JETS week!!

The Dolphins are hoping to continue Marc Sanchez’s season of frustration and Ryan Tannehill is looking to build from his early season success. The Dolphins also might get an extra lift to the line-up this week as it is believe that Jabar Gaffney will suit up this week as a W3 and can be a potential big help as a 3rd option for Tannehill.

No playing games this week, Dolphins have a business trip to take this weekend.

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