Aug 9, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat Devlin (7) gets the ball hiked by center Sam Brenner (65) during the second half against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. Miami Dolphins defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-3. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Preview: Jets vs Dolphins Tickets

The New York Jets have been one of the most inconsistent teams in all of the NFL this season and currently sit at 5-6 after being thoroughly over-matched in their last two contests against the Bills and Ravens respectively. The Jets are an enigma this season have beaten some of the best teams in the NFL in the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints but have lost to the Buffalo Bills and (at the time) a winless Pittsburgh Steelers team. Much of those losses can be attributed to carelessness as the Jets have the worst turnover differential in the league at -16 with Geno Smith throwing 18 INT’s and fumbling 7 times by himself.

This week, the Dolphins travel to MetLife for what is basically a must-win for both teams. The Dolphins have been going through a lot of turmoil lately as their entire organization has been under the microscope since the Jonathan Martin incident has come into the public eye. The Dolphins have split their last four games and are currently 5-6 with an outside chance to make the Playoffs but must win this game if that is going to happen.

Jets tickets for this game at MetLife Stadium has trended down by 27% over the past week and are currently averaging just $167 per seat with a Get-in price of $55. That price tag is 9% below the average price for Jets tickets at MetLife this season, but 21% above the average price for Dolphins tickets on the road.

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