Quick take: Jets-Dolphins

It was over when ...

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NFL Replay will re-air the Miami Dolphins' 30-25 win over the New York  Jets on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. ET.

Mark Sanchez was unable to find an open receiver on fourth down and threw an incomplete pass in the back of the end zone with 1:06 remaining.

Game ball

Ted Ginn made the biggest impact on the game without catching a single pass. Benched in favor of rookie WR Brian Hartline to start the game, Ginn stepped up with 100- and 101-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns in the third quarter. Ginn finished with a 49-yard average on six kickoff returns.

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The Dolphins lost just about every relevant statistical category while being outgained offensively 378-104, but made up for it with special teams play and a timely fumble recovery for a touchdown by Jason Taylor. Miami's only offensive touchdown, albeit an important one by TE Joey Haynos, didn't come until the 8:53 mark in the fourth quarter.


The Dolphins swept the season series with the Jets for the first time since 2003. ... Miami has won seven of its last eight divisional games. ... The Jets lost for the first time this season when winning the time of possession battle. The Dolphins won for the first time this season when losing the time of possession battle. ... Jets K Jay Feely tied a career-high with a 55-yard field goal in the third quarter.

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