Dolphins extend winning streak by beating Jets

DeVante Parker caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Tua Tagovailoa with 3:37 to play, Duke Johnson scored twice on carries and the Miami Dolphins stretched their winning streak to six by beating the New York Jets 31-24 on Sunday in Week 15 of the NFL.

Johnson – the broker Miami appealed to as a last resort due to casualties due to coronavirus – Accumulated 107 yards on 22 carries for the Dolphins (7-7), which turned a deficit 10-0 at the start. It was Johnson’s first two-rushing game in his NFL career. It was also the first 100-yard game by a Miami running back this season.

The defensive lineman Christian Wilkins caught a touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter for Miami, juggling the ball before checking and celebrating.

Zach Wilson and Braxton Berros scored via carries for New York. Wilson completed 13 of 23 passes for 170 yards for the Jets.

Tagovailoa, meanwhile, completed 16 of 27 passes for 196 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. around Miami.

The Dolphins became the second team in NFL history to go 7-7 after starting the season 1-7. The Jets are the other team on that list, doing it in 1974. So the season consisted of just 14 weeks and they ended up failing to make the playoffs.


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Dolphins extend winning streak by beating Jets