This match-up started back in 1966 and the rivalry has heated up ever since! The New York Jets (2-3) hold the advantage in regular season wins in the series (47-43-1), but the Miami Dolphins (0-4) have won three straight on the road versus the Jets, including a 10-6 victory last December. Both teams are struggling to start the season and are desperate for a victory.
It was his day to address the media, and wide receiver Brandon Marshall didn’t disappoint! It’s always a tough assignment when you go up against the New York Jets corner backs Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie, but Marshall plans to bring plenty of emotion and passion on Monday Night Football. Marshall plans on having fun against the Jets and also talks about the intangibles that quarterback Matt Moore brings to the offense.
Experience at the quarterback position usually makes you feel comfortable, especially when you return to a team that you’ve played on before. That’s not totally the case for new quarterback Sage Rosenfels. The biggest challenge facing Sage is getting comfortable with the terminology of this offense and getting into game shape! Sage talks about the confidence in starter Matt Moore and the opportunity that this team has facing the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.
Jake Long didn’t have the benefit of training camp or any pre-season games to get his legs under him or fine tune his technique until the season opener against the New England Patriots. Long feels like the offensive line is coming together as a unit and are taking steps towards being a more dominate unit. He’s looking forward to the Monday Night Football match-up against the New York Jets, and “now” knows what to expect from the crowd and the Jets!
It’s been a little confusing for many Miami Dolphins fans when trying to describe what needs to happen to get that first victory of the season. Score more points, get defensive turnovers, start faster in the first quarter! I’ve heard it all this week including the success the Dolphins have had on the road, hoping it continues in Cleveland this Sunday afternoon.
The voice of Monday Night Football on ESPN joined Hank Goldberg to give his thoughts on the new look 2011 Miami Dolphins as well as the matchups in Monday Night’s Patriots-Dolphins game. Also, listen to hear Tirico reveal some behind the scene details of the Monday Night Football broadcast crew involving himself, Jon Gruden and Ron Jaworski.
The Miami Dolphins will have a chance to win at home Monday night against a team many national analyst are picking to win the AFC East. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall is ready for the challenge and looking for his number to be called multiple times against New England. Here’s what Marshall had to say about the match-up on Monday Night Football.
It will be important for the playmakers on offense to play a large part in the game plan on Monday night. Running back Reggie Bush spoke today about a lot of different topics including winning at Sun Life Stadium, the rivalry between the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots and his excitementof playing on Monday Night Football.
It’s finally here! Monday Night Football is only a week away, and the Miami Dolphins look ready and focused. Linebacker Cameron Wake and strong safety Yeremiah Bell are starting to narrow there scope on one team and one quarterback. The key as always is trying to slow down the passing attack of the New England Patriots and Tom Brady. Here’s what the Dolphins defenders had to say about the task at hand.
Two weeks from tonight, the Miami Dolphins will square off against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. The goal of the entire team exiting pre-season is to focus on the Patriots. Smith says that he’ll be ready and that he’s been thinking about the challenge since the schedule was announced. Here’s Sean’s time with the media this afternoon: