The New York Jets got off to a slow start on the road, falling behind the Miami Dolphins 7-0 after one quarter at Sun Life Stadium.
On the Jets' first drive of the game, Mark Sanchez threw an interception to Richard Marshall at the New York 47-yard line. The Dolphins took advantage of the short field to go on a touchdown drive capped by a one-yard Daniel Thomas run into the end zone.
The Jets offense has muddled through the opening 15 minutes, gaining just 48 yards. Sanchez has completed just 4-of-9 passes for 25 yards along with the pick.
Reggie Bush has given the Jets defense fits, gaining 50 yards on just six carries. Ryan Tannehill is 3-of-5 for 21 yards.
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