The Dolphins trailed 20-7 with five minutes left in the game before Pennington drove the Dolphins on a 53-yard drive that feature a fourth-down completion to Ginn.
Ginn, however, wasn't much of a factor in the game because most of Pennington's completions went to the tight ends and running backs.
But the defense stopped the Jets on a three-and-out twice late in the game to give the Dolphins a chance to win the game.
While the Dolphins offense couldn't get anything going early on, the defense fell asleep after a Favre play fake and the result was a 59-yard touchdown pass to Jerricho Cotchery that gave the Jets a 7-0 lead.
Then things got weird.
While missing a short field goal attempt, Jets kicker Mike Nugent sustained a thigh injury that left him unable to kick for a while.
The Dolphins then tied it at 7 on the touchdown pass to Fasano before the Jets drove deep into Dolphins territory. On fourth-and-13 from the Dolphins 22, the Jets went for the first down because of Nugent's injury.
Favre avoided a sack when he got away from Randy Starks and then he threw up a prayer that found its way into the hands of wide receiver Chansi Stuckey. Stuckey got behind safety Renaldo Hill when Hill inexplicably started running toward the offensive backfield.
The score remained that way until late in the third quarter when Jones scored and it looked as though the Dolphins might get blown out at home by the Jets for the second consecutive year.
But then came the fourth-quarter comeback. And while it wasn't enough to produce a victory, at least it was an encouraging sign after what had been a really tough season opener.