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6-5, 2nd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets set a franchise record by holding the Dolphins to 12 rushing yards -- yes, 12. The Jets made a change at outside linebacker. Demario Davis, an every-down player for the first 10 games, was used in a rotation with Erin Henderson. They alternated series. "You have to earn playing time around here," Todd Bowles said, "and Erin has done that."

Brandon Marshall comes up big

After putting up five 100-yard games in his first seven contests, Marshall had been held under 47 yards each of his last three times out. That changed for him against the Dolphins on Sunday, as he had his best fantasy day of the season (25 points), thanks to 131 yards and two touchdowns. Fantasy winners

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jarvis Landry shine for Jets, Dolphins (1:27)

Ryan Fitzpatrick silences critics

After two poor performances, Fitzpatrick rebounded with his best game of the season, throwing a season-high four touchdown passes in the Jets blowout win over the Dolphins. Fitzpatrick trimmed his bushy beard last week, saying he needed to change his mojo. It worked. Game balls

Jets offense gets back on track (1:55)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets came out of the game with only two injuries, they said. CB Marcus Williams (sprained knee) and LB Calvin Pace (abdominal strain) are day-to-day, according to Todd Bowles.

Bowles credits offense for trusting each other (0:42)
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Chris Ivory on his play in Jets' Week 12 win

Jets RB Chris Ivory comments on his performance in his team's win over the Dolphins, the importance of the victory and New York's approach to the rest of the season.

Jets roll by Dolphins (1:04)
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Oh, oh, oh Fitzmagic

Newly shaved Ryan Fitzpatrick worked some magic in the open field for the Jets. Check out all of the best images from today's action. Best photos of Week 12


Final: Jets 38, Dolphins 20

  • NYJ QB R. Fitzpatrick: 22-37, 277 yards, 4 TD
  • NYJ WR B. Marshall: 9 rec., 131 yds, 2 TD
  • MIA WR J. Landry: 13 rec., 165 yds, TD
  • Box score

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets 38, Dolphins 20 (final): The Jets live. The season still matters. They played their most complete game in nearly two months, snapping a two-game losing streak. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brandon Marshall played pitch and catch all day, and the third-down defense dominated Ryan Tannehill. This was a much-needed win for Todd Bowles, who has received criticism in recent weeks.

Jets score first on Marshall's TD catch (0:18)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he trimmed his scruffy beard last week because he wanted to change his mojo. It's working. He has a season-high three TD passes as the Jets are blowing out the Dolphins, 21-0.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets 14, Dolphins 0 (halftime): It has been ugly at times, but the Jets will take it. They've outgained Miami, 234-81. Ryan Fitzpatrick, quieting talk of a potential QB change, has two TD passes. Rookie Devin Smith, a goat last week, scored his first TD. The defense has dominated Ryan Tannehill, especially on third down.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

In the last six quarters against the Jets, the Dolphins are 0-for-17 on third down. You don't see that every day.

Team Stats

Passing Yards239.218th
Rushing Yards112.015th
Points For23.414th
Points Against20.811th

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