Dolphins Vs. Jets Score Update: Dustin Keller's Touchdown Helps New York Take 7-3 Advantage After One Quarter

A one-yard touchdown catch from tight end Dustin Keller from quarter Mark Sanchez has helped the New York Jets take a slim lead over the Miami Dolphins, which enter the second quarter trailing 7-3 in a Week 17 NFL contest at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, FL. The Jets (8-7) need to defeat the Dolphins (5-10) and then hope a number of things happen in Week 17 for them to sneak in the AFC playoffs.

Keller's touchdown capped a eight-play, 77-yard drive that was highlighted by a 45-yard pass from wide receiver Jeremy Kerley to tight end Matthew Mulligan, who was tackeled at the Dolphins 25-yard line. Five plays later, Sanchez rolled out to his right and found Keller on a 3rd-and-1 play from Miami's one-yard line.

On the their first possession of the game, the Jets went three-and-out.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins got on the scoreboard first with a 44-yard field goal by kick Dan Carpenter.

For more Jets coverage, visit our team page or our blog Gang Green Nation.

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