NY tried to reverse the score with a hail mary on the last play of the second quarter. However, he ended up killing his chances with a 99-yard pick six in the first Black Friday Game in NFL history, since 1960.
Around one of the most popular commercial parties in the United States, the Miami Dolphins added their eighth victory of the campaign, after winning 34-13 against the Jets, in the MetLife Stadium.
Miami, as the trend dictates this season, put together another outstanding offensive performance. With 339 points scored, they are the second best team in this statistic, with an average of 30.81 per game. Likewise, defensive successes determined the result in Week 12.
The Florida team added two interceptions against Tim Boyle, replacement for Zach Wilson, who came into relief after Aaron Rodgers’ injury in Week 1.
The Dolphins almost completely neutralized the opponent, who only totaled 159 total yards. They also made mistakes, with three turnovers, but without affecting the victory.
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who suffered a cut on his right arm, completed 21 passes in 30 opportunities, with one TD (in the second quarter) and 243 passing yards.
Those led by Mike McDaniel took another step forward in the pursuit of the title in the AFC East, where they lead with a record of 8-3. The Jets lost their fourth consecutive game.
IN THE RED ZONE
- Miami is the best team in the AFC, along with the Ravens.
- The Dolphins are 5-0 at home (Hard Rock Stadium).
- The Jets (4-7) are third in the American Conference East division.
- Miami has allowed 251 points this season.
- The Jets barely had 29 rushing yards.