Game at a glance

The Dolphins make their first of two Monday night appearances this week against the New York Jets. Here's a glance at the Dolphins-Jets matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (1-6) vs. New York Jets (5-1)

WHEN: Monday, 9 p.m. ET

WHERE: Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

TV: ABC (national)

ANNOUNCERS: Al Michaels, play-by-play; John Madden, analysis; Michele Tafoya, sidelines

LINE: Jets by 7

NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins — 30th in total offense, 32nd in rushing offense, 26th in passing offense, 4th in total defense, 27th in rushing defense, 2nd in passing defense; Jets — 12th in total offense, 6th in rushing offense, 16th in passing offense, 11th in total defense, 12th in rushing defense, 18th in passing defense.

COACHES: Dolphins, Dave Wannstedt (5th season with team); Jets, Herman Edwards (4th season)

SERIES RECORD: Jets lead 39-38-1

LAST MEETING: 2004 at Miami, Jets 17, Dolphins 9

INJURIES: Dolphins -- S Antuan Edwards (groin), LB Morlon Greenwood (quad), CB Sam Madison (groin), K Olindo Mare (calf) and LB Junior Seau (groin/quad) are questionable; T Vernon Carey (shoulder), QB Jay Fiedler (ribs/quad), DE Jason Taylor (knee), KR Wes Welker (toe) and CB Jimmy Wyrick (elbow) are probable.

Jets -- LB Jason Glenn (forearm) is out; LB Sam Cowart (knee), G Brandon Moore (hamstring), CB Derrick Strait (foot) and S Rashad Washington (foot) are questionable.

GAME NOTES: This is the first Monday night meeting between the teams since the Jets' 40-37 overtime victory in 2000 when they rallied from a 30-7 fourth-quarter deficit. ... The Dolphins have recorded at least one sack in each of their last nine games against the Jets. ... The Dolphins have not allowed a 100-yard receiver in 17 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL.


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