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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Game Time: Fast Facts, Odds, Injury Report & Key Information on Miami Dolphins (6-7) vs. New York Jets (3-10)

DOLPHINS (6-7) vs. JET (3-10)

Kick off: 1:00 pm, Hard Rock Stadium

TV: CBS (Channels: 4 in Miami-Dade / Broward and 12 in Palm Beach); RADIO: WQAM (560 AM), KISS (99.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish)

Trainers: Brian Flores is 21-24 in his third season with the Dolphins; Robert Saleh is 3-10 in his first season leading the Jets.

Row: The Dolphins lead 56-55-1 in the open streak with the Jets, including the playoffs. Miami has won seven of its last eight meetings and three in a row.

Line: Dolphins are favorites with 9 1/2 points; more / less 41.

Injuries: Dolphins. – Doubtful: G / T Austin Jackson (illness), TE Adam Shaheen (knee), S Clayton Fejedelem (ankle); Reserve / COVID-19: R.B. Phillip Lindsay, S. Jevon Holland, W.R. Jaylen Waddle; Injured Reserve: WR Will Fuller (toe), C Greg Muntz (ankle), RB Malcolm Brown (quads), S Jason McCourty (feet), RB Patrick Laird (knee), DB Elijah Campbell (toe / knee), DB Jamal Perry (knee), L.B.Brennan Scarlett (knee), W.R. Lynn Bowden (hamstring), W.R. Allen Hearns (wrist), T. Larnel Coleman (knee), T. Greg Little (not disclosed ); Jets – Doubtful: George Funt (knee); Doubtful: Laurent Duverne-Tardiff (ankle), O.L. Dan Feeney (back), D.L. Sheldon Rankins (knee); Reserve / COVID-19: WR Elijah Moore, LB Hamsah Nasirildeen, WR Justin Hardy, QB Mike White, WR Jeff Smith; Injured Reserve: WR Corey Davis (groin), DE Carl Lawson (Achilles), OT Mekhi Becton (knee), DB Lamarcus Joyner among 12 IR players.

Remarkable: The Dolphins have plans for the playoffs if they can extend their winning streak to six games. If Miami surpasses New York and returns to 0.500 at 7-7, then there will be no more game out of reach of the AFC, tiebreakers notwithstanding, with three games remaining. …

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Like most NFL teams, the Dolphins have had to deal with a cluster of COVID cases over the past week or so. Fugitives Miles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed tested positive but were then removed from the COVID list on Friday to train with them before Sunday. Runaway Phillip Lindsay, quarterback Jevon Holland, quarterback Jaylen Waddle, and running guard Jerryd Doakes’ training squad remain at the forefront of the roster. …

The Dolphins first saw Jets’ rookie quarterback Zach Wilson after missing out on a previous game, Miami’s 24-17 win at MetLife on November 21. Veteran Joe Flacco started this meeting in New York. …

Backward Duke Johnson, a seven-year veteran and the best Miami Hurricanes player ever, secured a promotion in that game against the Jets in the previous meeting. Again as a replacement for COVID-19, he was the only runner in the active lineup for most of the week before Gaskin and Ahmed were reactivated. …

During a five-game winning streak, the Dolphins’ defense averaged just 11 points per game and forced 2.2 concessions per game. …

Sunday’s game would be a homecoming for outstanding Jets newcomer Elijah Moore, a St Thomas Aquinas High School graduate, but is on the team’s COVID roster.

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