Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets tickets 11/4/2018

Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets NFL regular season game will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL and tickets are still available. Get ready for the Sunday, November 4, 2018 game, where Dolphins will try to win against Jets again at 1:00 PM. Best way to see your favorite team’s game is going to the stadium and be among other supporters. Get discount tickets for Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets game until all are sold-out!

The New York Jets are perhaps Miami’s most bitter rivals. Dolphins fans despise the Jets due to the sheer amount of New York City transplants who have moved to South Florida and the Jets’ usual cocky demeanor. Just as the Bills-Dolphins rivalry is motivated by differences, the Dolphins-Jets series is also notable for the differences between New York and Miami. Unlike the former, this rivalry has been more consistent over the years. Some of the more memorable moments in this rivalry include Dan Marino’s fake spike, Vinny Testaverde leading the Jets to a notable comeback on Monday Night Football, and former Jets quarterback Chad Pennington signing with the Dolphins and leading them to a divisional title. The two teams have also played in the 1982 AFC Championship, with Miami winning to face the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVII.

Noteable Facts Of Dolphins-Jets Rivalry Last 5 Years

2013 was another split between the two clubs with the road team once again winning both contests. On December 1 at MetLife Stadium Ryan Tannehill threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns while Jets rookie Geno Smith completed just four passes with a pick; Matt Simms replaced him but managed just 79 passing yards and an interception as the Dolphins won 23–3. But after clawing to 8–6 and playoff consideration the Dolphins collapsed in the season’s final two weeks. On December 29 at Miami the Dolphins led 7–0 on a Ryan Tannehill touchdown then the Jets intercepted him three times and scored 20 unanswered points for the 20–7 win; Bilal Powell threw a 30-yard pass while Smith managed 190 yards passing.

The Jets hosted the Dolphins on Monday Night Football on December 1, 2014, three days past the 20th anniversary of the infamous Fake Spike Game. Following a Miami loss to Denver in which the Broncos rushed for over 200 yards, the Jets rushed for 277 yards and led 13–6 in the fourth, but Ryan Tannehill led a game-tying touchdown drive, and after a missed Nick Folk field goal attempt Tannehill led a drive ending in a Caleb Sturgis field goal at the two-minute warning. The Jets drove to their own 44-yard line but a Geno Smith pass was intercepted at the Dolphins 30, ending the 16–13 Dolphins win. However, during the rematch in week 17, Smith managed to post a perfect passer rating en-route to leading the Jets to a 37–24 win over the Dolphins.

After splitting the regular season series five consecutive seasons, the Jets swept the Dolphins in 2015. Following a 27–14 Jets win at Wembley Stadium in London during week four of the 2015 season, the Dolphins fired head coach Joe Philbin and defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle. It was the first divisional rivalry game played overseas. During the rematch, which the Jets won 38–20, the Dolphins managed only twelve rushing yards while New York’s defense forced Ryan Tannehill into two fumbles.

The Dolphins got their own season sweep over the Jets in 2016. They won 27–23 at Miami on a 96-yard Kenyan Drake kick-return score in the fourth quarter. In the rematch at MetLife Stadium, Jets rookie Bryce Petty tossed a 40-yard touchdown to Robby Anderson but the Dolphins dominated thereafter, intercepting the Jets three times and getting four touchdowns from backup Matt Moore, who was subbing for an injured Ryan Tannehill, in a 34–13 Dolphins win. The win helped Miami make the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

The series was split in 2017. Tannehill was lost for the season due to a training camp injury so the Dolphins persuaded Jay Cutler to sign. Cutler managed just a touchdown and a pick as the Dolphins were dominated by the Jets 20–6 in MetLife Stadium on September 24; Jay Ajayi was held to just sixteen yards in this game. In the rematch on October 22 Ajayi managed 51 yards in a back-and-forth affair won by the Dolphins 31–28, in which Cutler was injured and replaced by Moore.

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