STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Teams have met 12 times on Monday night, with Jets winning seven – including ”Monday Night Miracle” in which New York scored 30 points in fourth quarter before beating Miami 40-37 in overtime in October 2000. … WR Wayne Chrebet, who caught two TD passes in that game, being inducted into Jets’ ring of honor at halftime along with the late Leon Hess, former team owner. … Miami 40-40 overall in Monday night games. … QB Ryan Tannehill has 20 TD passes, joining Dan Marino (13 times) and Bob Griese (twice) as only QBs in Dolphins history to have two or more seasons with 20 or more TD passes. Tannehill has 70-plus completion percentage in four consecutive games, longest streak in team history. … WR Jarvis Landry tied career high with seven catches for 50 yards and two TDs at Denver, most TD catches by Dolphins rookie since WR Chris Chambers in 2001. Landry’s 24 catches in November tied for fifth most by Dolphins rookie in any month in franchise history. His four TD catches tied Chambers for most in any month by Dolphins rookie. … RB Lamar Miller needs 11 yards receiving to top career high set last season (170). … Jets turning back to Geno Smith as starting QB after Michael Vick was under center last three games. Smith has thrown for 1,459 yards with seven touchdowns and 10 interceptions this season. He threw INTs on three straight possessions in last start vs. Bills last month before being replaced by Vick. Smith went 10 of 12 for 89 yards last Monday night when he stepped in for ineffective Vick vs. Buffalo. … WR Percy Harvin is one of two active players, along with Philadelphia’s Darren Sproles, with 20 or more TD catches and five or more rushing scores in career. … TE Jace Amaro leads NFL rookies at his position with 34 catches and 291 yards receiving. Amaro was going through the NFL’s protocol on head injuries and his availability was uncertain. … DE Muhammad Wilkerson injured toe against Buffalo and coach Rex Ryan said LB Quinton Coples could play up front if Wilkerson can’t go. … Behind RBs Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson, Jets averaging 136.5 yards rushing per game, fifth best in league. Also averaging 4.7 yards per carry, second-best total in AFC.
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