Game at a glance

The Dolphins will be shooting for their fourth consecutive victory on the season as well as getting back to .500 when they take on the New York Jets. Here's a look at the matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (6-7) vs. New York Jets (3-10)

STREAKS: Dolphins have won three straight; Jets won their last game

WHEN: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

WHERE: Dolphins Stadium; Miami, Fla.

TV: CBS

ANNOUNCERS: Ian Eagle, play-by-play; Solomon Wilcots, analysis

LINE: Miami by 8 1/2

NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins -- tied for 15th in total offense, 17th in rushing offense, 15th in passing offense, 21st in total defense, 21st in rushing defense, 20th in passing defense; Jets -- 29th in total offense, 31st in rushing offense, 28th in passing offense, 12th in total defense, 28th in rushing defense, 3rd in passing defense.

COACHES: Dolphins, Nick Saban (1st season with team); Jets, Herman Edwards (5th season)

SERIES RECORD: The Jets lead 41-38-1, but the Dolphins won the only playoff meeting (14-0 in the 1982 AFC Championship Game).

LAST MEETING: 2005 at East Rutherford, N.J.; Jets 17, Dolphins 7

DOLPHINS INJURIES: WR Bryan Gilmore (shoulder), CB Reggie Howard (ankle), LB Zach Thomas (shoulder) and DT Keith Traylor (knee) are questionable; WR Wes Welker (oblique) is probable.

JETS INJURIES: WR Harry Williams Jr. (knee) is out; RB Derrick Blaylock (ankle), LB Mark Brown (neck), DE Shaun Ellis (hamstring), T Scott Gragg (lower back) and DT Dewayne Robertson (thigh) are questionable.

GAME NOTES: WR Chris Chambers needs 42 yards to become the first Dolphins player with 1,000 yards receiving since Tony Martin in 1989. ... The Jets this week placed RB Curtis Martin and former Dolphins QB Jay Fiedler on injured reserve. ... Jets DE John Abraham has a sack in three consecutive games against the Dolphins. ... The Jets have won 12 of the last 15 meetings, including the last three.


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