17 post-game headlines for the 2022 Miami Dolphins season

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Improved Jets still no match for Miami Dolphins

It is a very good possibility that the Jets will host the Dolphins, winless. The Jets’ opening schedule is brutal and the Dolphins will be a game circled on the calendar to get a victory in that column. If they can’t beat Miami, the Jets could lose the next three and open 0-9, yes it is that tough.

The Dolphins and Jets always tend to play either up or down to the others’ talent level. The Jets had a very good off-season, especially in the draft but that does not mean they are guaranteed to win their way out of the AFC East cellar. In fact, they are more than likely to finish last in the league even with the positive changes.

The problem for New York is that they don’t really seem to have a system in place with personnel to run it. They have talent at WR but there are a lot of questions surrounding Zach Wilson.

This game will mark the first time Tua Tagovailoa plays at MetLife Stadium. Injured last season when Miami traveled north and behind Ryan Fitzpatrick the year before.

Miami should not lose this game. They have more talent and a system that is being laid out to fit the players. If Miami loses this game, chances are they lost at least one if not two of the ones I predicted earlier to be wins.