Mark Sanchez loses the ball when he is sacked Sunday. - Alex Trautwig

Dolphins 30, Jets 9: New York embarrassed by Miami

The bumbling New York Jets were not competitive Sunday in a 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

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Jets' Rex Ryan: 'How the heck do we get better?'

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan calls on his entire coaching staff to come up with improvements for the 3-5 Jets during bye week.


Sanchez to remain Jets' starter over Tebow

Mark Sanchez will stay the starter for the New York Jets, despite many saying that the team should bench the fourth-year quarterback in favor of Tim Tebow.


McKnight injured in Jets loss

The Jets suffered only one injury on Sunday, with Joe McKnight exiting early.


Jets-Dolphins: The good, the bad and the ugly

The New York Jets fell to 3-5 on Sunday with a dismal overall performance against the Miami Dolphins, falling 30-9 while failing in all three phases of the game.


Tebow won't get drawn into QB controversy

New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow refused to speak out against his lack of playing time despite the Jets' struggles.


Jets QB Sanchez still confident despite bad loss

While New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was frustrated by the team's 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins, he also tried to keep a positive outlook.


Rex Ryan 'blown away' by Jets' loss to Dolphins

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was very disappointed by his team's poor effort in their 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 8.


Jets get blown away by Miami

It was ugly at MetLife Stadium as the New York Jets were defeated by the Dolphins.


Jets blow chances, Miami leads 27-3 after third

The Jets finally got onto the scoreboard in the third quarter at MetLife Stadium, but the New York boos were more bountiful than the points as the Dolphins stretched their lead to 27-3.

Nick Folk connected on a 38-yard field goal on the Jets' first drive after the break, but the Dolphins promptly answered with a touchdown of their own when Matt Moore connected with Anthony Fasano for a 4-yard score that made it 27-3.

On the Dolphins' next series, Reggie Bush coughed up a fumble that put the Jets on the Miami 32-yard line, but Mark Sanchez launched an interception five plays later that brought down a flurry of loud catcalls and "Tebows" from the fans in green and white -- and all but ended the Jets' hopes for a comeback victory.

While the New York offense has been the subject of much ire today, the Jets have out-gained the Dolphins offensively, with 218 yards to Miami's 209.


Jets vs. Dolphins inactives: Scott, Ellis out

The Dolphins will be without defensive back Richard Marshall and linebacker Josh Kaddu, as both have been put on the inactive list for the team's game versus the Jets on Sunday.

The Jets will be without starting linebacker Bart Scott, along defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis. Also out for New York are QB Greg McElroy, RB Bilal Powell, S Eric Smith, DT Damon Harrison, and TE Jeff Cumberland.

Marshall started four games for the Dolphins this season and has recorded four tackles. He did not participate in practice all week leading up to the game versus the New York Jets.

Kaddu has only played in one game this season for the Dolphins and will sit again on Sunday. Offensive lineman Will Yeatman is also inactive and has yet to make his debut this season after playing three games for the Dolphins in 2011.

The complete Dolphins inactive list is below:

CB Marshall, Richard (back)
QB Pat Devlin
LB Josh Kaddu
OL Will Yeatman
TE Michael Egnew
WR Anthony Armstrong


Byrd gets number retired by Jets

New York Jets great Dennis Byrd will have his number retired at halftime on Sunday.


Jets and Dolphins - Facts, Stats and Analysis

Here is your gameday primer for the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.


Bart Scott out for Jets v Dolphins with toe injury

Bart Scott won't be playing for the New York Jets on Sunday, snapping his 119-game streak.


Rex Ryan saysTony Sparano 'absolutely tremendous'

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan Friday praised offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.


Jets injury report has LB Bart Scott doubtful

It is looking likely that Jets linebacker Bart Scott will sit out on Sunday, which would end an impressive streak.


Sparano thinks he can do better job with Tebow

Offensive coordinator Tony Sparano believes he can do a better job of using backup quarterback Tim Tebow.


Bart Scott's consecutive games streak in question

Jets linebacker Bart Scott has played in 119 straight games but, with a lingering toe injury, that streak could be coming to an end.


Jets-Dolphins Key Matchup

The Miami Dolphins sport a good run defense but are weak against the pass. That's not the New York Jets' strong suit, but can they enjoy success in the air on Sunday.


Five Jets miss Thursday's practice with injury

Five members of the New York Jets missed practice on Thursday because of various injuries.


Jets' injury report: McKnight will play Sunday

Jets running back Joe McKnight played hurt last Sunday against the Patriots, and said on Wednesday that he'll be ready for this Sunday's game against the Dolphins.


Jets slight favorites over Dolphins in rematch

The New York Jets are favored by less than a field goal five weeks after winning an overtime matchup, 23-20, on a Nick Folk game-winner against the Miami Dolphins.

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