Never mind that Braylon Edwards was missing from action for the first quarter of Sunday night's action because of disciplinary action stemming from his DWI arrest this week. Mark Sanchez was more than content to find his prized tight end or a big gain.
After Keller began the opening frame with four catches for 79 yards, Sanchez found Keller in the end zone again for a 12-yard touchdown, Keller's second of the game and third of the season.
If Keller can eclipse the 100-yard mark, it will be the second time in as many weeks, after Keller caught seven passes for 115 yards and a score in the Week 2 win against New England.
In the meantime, the Dolphins responded by picking on rookie cornerback Kyle Wilson to get on the cusp of scoring position for the first time this evening.