Football is an amazingly violent game, and usually every player has some kind of injury. So the Dolphins health entering their season opener against the Jets is a medical miracle.
It's similar to Tom Brady's foot injury, that bothered him all summer, now magically going away before New England's opener against Kansas City. Brady isn't even listed with the foot malady that didn't allow him to play in any preseason games, or practice much this summer. Perhaps the New England Journal of Medicine should do a story on Brady and the Dolphins amazing medical staffs.
Having this kind of unheard of health entering an NFL season, you have to wonder if this will give the Dolphins a physical advantage against the Jets.
As for the Jets injury situation, aside from David Clowney being out with a broken collarbone, your guess is as good as mine as to which of the other injured players are going to play. Six players are listed as "questionable" to throw the opponent off. The Jets always list the majority of their injured players as "questionable" as a tactical ploy since this is the most difficult category to figure out.