(MIAMIDOLPHINS.COM) – Miami renewed its oldest AFC East rivalry with a season sweep of the New York Jets and the eighth victory in the last 10 games against Gang Green.
With another suffocating defensive performance, the Dolphins finish the month of November 4-1, moving to 7-4 going into the final month of the season. The last time Miami entered December with that record was 2016, the last trip to the postseason for the Dolphins.
Though they didn’t extend their league-leading first-quarter point differential (+49), the Dolphins did improve upon their league-best +81 point first half differential with a dominant effort on defense. Defensive Coordinator Josh Boyer’s unit bowed up for a shutout in the final three quarters of the game.
“I thought Josh (Boyer) called a great game, mixing the coverages,” Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores said. “We got some red zone stops, a big stop on fourth-and-1, turnovers, and Josh called a great game … Oftentimes people give me too much credit, but I think Josh has done a great job the entire year.”
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