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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Game Time: Fast facts, odds, injury reports and important information for the Miami Dolphins (6-7) vs. New York Jets (3-10)

Dolphins (6-7) vs. Jets (3-10)

to start: 1 p.m., Hard Rock Stadium

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

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

Chain: The Dolphins have taken a 56-55-1 lead in the all-time series with the Jets, including the playoffs. Miami has won seven of the last eight meetings and three straight.

Line: Dolphins are the 9 1/2-point favorite; Over/Under is 41.

Injuries: Dolphins — out: S Jevon Holland (illness); Suspects: g/t Austin Jackson (illness), te Adam Shaheen (knee), s Clayton Fejedelem (ankle); Reserve/Covid-19: RB Philip Lindsay, WR Jaylen Waddle; Injured Reserves: WR Will Fuller (finger), RB Malcolm Brown (quadriceps), s Jason McCourty (feet), RB Patrick Laird (knee), DB Eliza Campbell (toe/knee), DB Jamal Perry (knee), lb Brennan Scarlett (knee), WR Lynn Bowden (hamstring), WR Alan Hearns (wrist), T Larnell Coleman (knee), T Greg Little (Unknown); jet – Doubtful: T George Fant (knee); Suspects: G Laurent DuVernay-Tardiff (ankle), OL Dan Feeney (back), DL Sheldon Rankins (knee); Reserves/Covid-19: WR Eliza Moore, LB Hamsa 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 players on the IR.

Noteworthy: The Dolphins face their playoff aspirations if they can extend their winning streak to six games. If Miami top New York to return to .500 at 7-7, the AFC wild-card team will be no more than a game out of its reach, with three games remaining, despite the tiebreaker. ,

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Like most teams in the NFL, the Dolphins have had to deal with a slew of COVID cases over the past week-plus. Running backs Miles Gaskin and Salwon Ahmed tested positive, but were then dropped from the COVID list on Friday to practice under them before Sunday. Jevon Hollande was removed from the COVID list on Saturday. Running behind Philip Lindsay, wide receiver Jaylen Waddle and practice team running back Gerid Doux remain on the list ahead of the game. ,

The Dolphins get their first look at Jets rookie quarterback Zack Wilson after he missed the last of the teams’ meeting, Miami’s 24-17 win at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 21. Veteran Joe Flaco started it for New York. ,

Duke Johnson, a seven-year veteran and the Miami Hurricanes’ all-time leading Rush, had one of his previous practice squad upgrades in that game against the Jets in the last meeting. He was back on the active roster for only a week, before Gaskin and Ahmed were relegated again as a COVID-19 replacement. ,

During the five-game winning streak, the Dolphins defense allowed only 11 points per game and forced 2.2 turnovers per game. ,

Sunday’s game would have been a homecoming for standout rookie Jets wide receiver Elijah Moore, a St. Thomas Aquinas high grad, but he is on the team’s COVID list.

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