Predicting the Miami Dolphins record against the AFC East

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Predicting Miami Dolphins games against the Jets

@ Jets (Sunday, Oct. 9) Final score: 38-17 Dolphins
vs Jets (Sunday, Jan. 8) Final score: 23-14 Dolphins

The Jets have had the same fate against the Dolphins that the Dolphins have had against the Bills over the last few seasons.

Miami has won 10 of their last 12 meetings with New York, including 8 of the last 9. But the last two contests were both one-score games, meaning that the Jets have shown more fight recently. They went out and had themselves a nice offseason through free agency and the draft, but there is still little reason to believe that they will overpower the Dolphins at all in 2022.

There is too much resting on their young quarterback who is still a question mark for New York to be any kind of serious threat in the AFC East this year, but they could become a problem in the near future if things work out they way that they hope.

In a related prediction, the Dolphins will have a wild card spot wrapped up after Week 17, meaning that they will have the luxury of being able to sit some of those starters for the Week 18 regular season finale against the Jets. And Miami will still win.

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