EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 17: Darrelle Revis #24 of the New York Jets runs the ball to score a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins in the first quarter at MetLife Stadium on October 17, 2011 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Monday Night Football: Jets End Slide With 24-6 Win Over Miami

Darrelle Revis shined for the Jets, returning an interception 100 yards for a touchdown to help his team end a three-game losing streak with a 24-6 win against the Dolphins on Monday night.

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NFL Scores Week 6, Dolphins Vs. Jets: Darrelle Revis Shines As New York Wins 24-6

The New York Jets end a three-game losing streak against the winless Miami Dolphins behind the play of Mark Sanchez and Darrelle Revis.

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ANIMATED: Matt Moore Gets Destroyed, Darrelle Revis Gets Second Pick

The New York Jets already hold a commanding 24-6 lead over the Miami Dolphins, but that doesn't mean they're finished. Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore, playing in catch-up mode, was attempting to drive down the football field when he was... destroyed by Jets linebacker David Harris.

Not only did Moore get annihilated on his pass attempt, he was also picked off by Darrelle Revis on the play.

For more on Miami, check out our Dolphins blog The Phinsider. For more on New York, check out our Jets blog, Gang Green Nation.

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Dolphins Vs. Jets: Mark Sanchez Runs It In, Jets Lead 14-6 At Half

The Jets haven't had much success moving the ball, entering halftime with just 100 yards of total offense. (In all fairness, perhaps that figure should be doubled, when you take into account Darrelle Revis' 100-yard INT return.) New York's running backs have combined for just 13 yards on nine carries, so Mark Sanchez decided to take matters into his own hands, sneaking up the middle for a five-yard touchdown in the final minutes of the second quarter:


The Jets need a lot more production if they're going to sustain this lead, especially if Brandon Marshall eventually stops dropping balls in the end zone. Miami has also failed to convert a third down on six opportunities.

Sanchez has been quietly efficient throwing the ball, connecting with five different receivers while completing 7-of-12 passes for 84 yards. Shonn Greene has carried the ball seven times for 14 yards, while LaDainian Tomlinson has lost one yard on two carries. 

For more on Miami, check out our Dolphins blog The Phinsider. For more on New York, check out our Jets blog, Gang Green Nation.

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VIDEO: Brandon Marshall Catches 46-Yard Bomb, Drops Touchdown

The Miami Dolphins were able to put a dent in the New York Jets lead after a long reception by Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall beat Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie down the field and Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore kept the play alive with a scramble, connected on a 46-yard pass. Marshall had open field in front of him, but lost his balance and wound up out of bounds.

Unfortunately for the Dolphins, Brandon Marshall then dropped a touchdown pass two plays later. The ball simply just went right through his hands, forcing the Dolphins to settle for yet another field goal, cutting the Jets lead 7-6. That's 14 points Marshall has let slip through his hands so far.


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For more on Miami, check out our Dolphins blog The Phinsider. For more on New York, check out our Jets blog, Gang Green Nation.

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