In depth recap of Miami Dolphins week two victory
Danny Amendola took a hard hit on a pass up the middle for a first down and held on to the ball. He walked off the field, Kenny Stills was said to be shaken up as well but he was in on a play shortly afterwards. Ryan Tannehill took his third sack derailing this drive with Haack’s punting putting the Jets in bad field position again.
The Jets were driving at a good pop but Kiko Alonso had some of his own hitting a receiver that was close to a first down then on one from behind knocking the ball loose with the Dolphins recovering.
Amendola returned to play. Albert Wilson got his first TD on a drag route.
Dolphins 13 – Jets 0 (Dolphins missed the extra point)
Robert Quinn’s sack derailed the Jets would be drive that started from poor field position yet again.
A would be sack by the Jets was negated by holding on Amendola. This would have pushed the Dolphins out of FG range and kept the drive alive as half time neared. A. J. Derby broke open in the end zone getting his first TD from a nice pass by Ryan Tannehill.
Dolphins 20 – Jets 0
The Dolphins defense was playing soft allowing a 44 yard pass. The Jets drove the field and nearly scored a TD but the WR caught then dropped the ball in traffic, gathered it up and was stopped short of the goal line by Bobby McCain as time in the half ended.