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The Miami Dolphins face the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Saturday in Week 15. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
The New York Jets look to play spoiler to the Miami Dolphins as Miami heads to MetLife Stadium for a special Saturday night showdown in Week 15. At 8-5 and coming off of a win over Arizona, the Dolphins are right in the thick of things. Even after their fourth win, New York is not in the thick of things, but playing spoiler to a division rival is always exciting for a team, no matter the record.
Matt Moore makes the start for Miami following Ryan Tannehill’s season-ending knee injury. Moore goes up against his former interim coach, Todd Bowles. Bowles led Miami late in the 2011 season. The last two times Moore has faced New York, he has beaten them, the latest a 30-9 victory back in October 2012. They are going to need to attack Gang Green with a barrage of Jay Ajayi on the ground and through the air downfield to keep pace in the Wild Card race after this one.
New York needs Bryce Petty to move forward in his development and put the ball in the right hands. He got better as last week went along, but to make his stand as the potential quarterback of the future, Bowles and company need more. Another big game out of Bilal Powell wouldn’t hurt either, after he posted 145 yards and the game-winning touchdown last week against the 49ers.
Saturday night’s game will be broadcast on NFL Network. Fear not, though, as live streaming will also be available both online and on mobile devices. Watch on mobile through the NFL app and online on NFL.com. A cable or satellite subscription that includes NFL Network is required for the latter.
Details for Saturday’s game are below:
Date: Saturday, December 17
Start time: 8:25 p.m. ET
Location: East Rutherford, NJ
Stadium: MetLife Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL.com
Though this Jets team hasn’t seen a great deal break their way this season, they’d love to play spoiler for a division rival trying to push for the postseason. We’ll see if they can do that against a backup quarterback on Saturday.
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