Jets-Dolphins Matchup Will Be Determined By Play of Mark Sanchez, Chad Henne

September 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins are 2-0.
The New York Jets are 1-1.
Both clubs are headed by coaches that don't miss too many meals.
Jason Taylor will come back to Miami as a hated New York Jet.
The winner will be undefeated in the division and atop of the AFC East.
Both fan bases can't stand each other.
For this early season rivalry game will be crucial to the divisional inter-play of both teams as they'll have two of the six games in the books after three weeks into season.
Ironically, the 2010 version of the Miami Dolphins looks very similar to the 2009 version of the New Jets in that they'll run first and pass second while Gang Green seems determined to pass first as witnessed by the play of Mark Sanchez in the victory over the New England Patriots 28-14 on Sunday afternoon.
Chad Henne had an incredibly efficient game against the Minnesota Vikings as he went 9 of 15 for 114 yards with Brandon Marshall catching 8 of those balls for 71 yards.
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