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Refocused, NFL Week 2: Miami Dolphins 20, New York Jets 12

Miami Dolphins 20, New York Jets 12 Analyst Takeaways Akeem Spence and Davon Godchaux were problems for the interior of the Jets’ offensive line from start to finish, particularly in the run game.
He was able to execute short, quick passes in an RPO-heavy offense against the Jets, but his accuracy on throws in the intermediate and deeper areas of the field wasn’t particularly sharp.
The veteran signal-caller also coughed up two fumbles on the afternoon with the Dolphins’ offense recovering the first and the Miami defense making people forget quickly about the second after answering with an interception on the Jets’ first play following.
Despite his struggles in the passing game, Tannehill made some great decisions with the read option, keeping the ball a handful of times and picking up a good chunk of yardage whenever he did, including an eight-yard pickup on third-and-six right before the two-minute warning to put the Jets away for good.
Accuracy was an issue for the former Trojan, as was decision making at times, including a bad misread of coverage in the first quarter on a slant pass to Quincy Enunwa that was jumped and picked off by T.J. McDonald.
It was a struggle for the interior of New York’s offensive line in this one.
The Jets shot themselves in the foot twice in this game with a couple of third-down sacks that resulted in Miami first downs due to holding calls in the secondary.
Fortunately for the Jets, they were able to take advantage of a fumbled snap a couple of plays later.
Despite his struggles, Tannehill was able to orchestrate an effective ground attack in the second half to stave off the New York comeback attempt.
New York: Ultimately, the Jets just couldn’t muster enough support for their rookie quarterback, fell behind early and Darnold wasn’t able to make the big throws downfield needed to compensate.

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The Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Jets 20-12, continuing the second full week of action in the NFL.

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FINAL SCORE

Miami Dolphins 20, New York Jets 12

Analyst Takeaways

Akeem Spence and Davon Godchaux were problems for the interior of the Jets’ offensive line from start to finish, particularly in the run game. Spence and Godchaux were big contributors for a Dolphins front seven that largely bottled up the ground game.

Ryan Tannehill was able to lead his team to victory, but it wasn’t a great day for him. He was able to execute short, quick passes in an RPO-heavy offense against the Jets, but his accuracy on throws in the intermediate and deeper areas of the field wasn’t particularly sharp. The veteran signal-caller also coughed up two fumbles on the afternoon with the Dolphins’ offense recovering the first and the Miami defense making people forget quickly about the second after answering with an interception on the Jets’ first play following.

First-round pick Minkah Fitzpatrick turned in a solid day, highlighted by a tackle for loss on a screen pass in the second quarter and close coverage downfield on a shot to Robby Anderson in the end zone on the Jets’ final possession.

The Dolphins went heavy with RPOs and read options in this game, and they succeeded at keeping the Jets’ defense off balance. Despite his struggles in the passing game, Tannehill made some great decisions with the read…

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