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3-1, 2nd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury update: David Harris (quad) "should be OK," Todd Bowles said. Leonard Williams has a sprained ankle, Calvin Pryor a knee bruise and Bilal Powell a pulled groin. They don't seem overly concerned about any of the injuries. Naturally, the bye week will help a lot.

Bowles loved Jets' energy brought vs. Dolphins (0:26)
Jets ground Dolphins in London (0:45)
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Scenes from across the pond

If you weren't up early enough to check out the atmosphere for the Jets-Dolphins game in London, we've got you covered. See all of Sunday's best images. Week 4 gallery

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

JETS 27, DOLPHINS 14 (final): It wasn't pretty, but the Jets dominated for three quarters. Chris Ivory was brilliant and the defense blitzed relentlessly. The Jets (3-1) should be happy, but not satisfied. They committed far too many penalties and their passing game was shaky. But this was vintage Todd Bowles game -- blue collar.

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2hDavid Purdum

Record amount wagered on Jets-Dolphins in U.K.

More money was bet on the Jets-Dolphins game at Ladbrokes than any previous NFL game played at Wembley Stadium in London, according to a spokesman for the U.K. sportsbook.


Final: Jets 27, Dolphins 14

  • NYJ RB Ivory: 29 carries, 166 yds, TD
  • NYJ WR Marshall: 7 rec, 128 yds
  • MIA WR Stills: 5 rec, 81 yards, TD
Box score

Marshall redeems himself from Not Top 10 moment (0:22)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

JETS 20, DOLPHINS 7 (Halftime): Obviously, the Jets weren't affected by jet lag. They dominated on both sides of the ball, especially RB Chris Ivory (89 rushing). Ryan Fitzpatrick hit a couple of big throws, including a TD, but he looks shaky. He could easily have two or three interceptions. It'll be up to the defense to finish this out.


Flags help struggling Miami offense

The Dolphins just put together an 88-yard TD drive with 58 yards coming on Jets pass interference penalties. Miami QB Ryan Tannehill capped the drive with an 8-yard TD pass to Jake Stoneburner. Follow live


Jets start strong in London

This Jets supporter is surely pleased with the first quarter vs. the Dolphins, which has seen New York score 10 points and limit Miami to just one first down. Follow live


Jets vs. Dolphins in London

England gets a taste of the AFC East this morning as New York (2-1) takes on Miami (1-2) at Wembley Stadium. Ryan Fitzpatrick (706 passing yds, 6 TDs) has led New York to a strong start to the season. Follow live

Jets WR Decker expected to play (0:57)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' inactives: WR Chris Owusu, G Willie Colon, G Jarvis Harrison, LB Jamari Lattimore, CB Darrin Walls, TE Jeff Cumberland, T Ben Ijalana. WR Eric Decker is active. He practiced well yesterday and he's good to go. Three QBs are active once again.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Eric Decker, questionable with a knee injury, is on the field early, working with the training staff. Barring a setback in the pre-game, he's expected to play, I'm told.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The first look at London's Wembley Stadium, where the Jets and Dolphins play at 9:30 ET.

Team Stats

Passing Yards232.719th
Rushing Yards100.720th
Points For22.717th
Points Against13.71st

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