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New York Jets (3-6)


Miami Dolphins (5-4)

Sunday, November 04

Hard Rock Stadium

Attendance: 65,533

Week 9
Final @



Game Leaders




21/39, 229 yds, 0 tds, 4 int


15/24, 139 yds, 0 tds, 0 int



13 car, 49 yds, 0 tds


20 car, 53 yds, 0 tds



4 rec, 62 yds, 0 tds


5 rec, 47 yds, 0 tds



7 solo, 4 ast, 0 misc


8 solo, 1 ast, 0 misc

Rookie Jerome Baker broke open a close game with a 25-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter as the host Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Jets 13-6 on Sunday afternoon.

Miami (5-4) snapped a two-game losing streak. New York (3-6) has lost three games in a row.

Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold was intercepted a career-high four times -- by Baker by fellow linebacker Kiko Alonso and by safeties T.J. McDonald and Walt Aikens.

Miami led 6-3 when Baker made his play cutting in front of a receiver on the right sideline. It was Baker's first career interception and it was preceded at the start of the play by a bad shotgun snap from center Spencer Long who has a dislocated middle finger.

Long misfired on numerous snaps and it hurt Darnold's timing. Long finally was replaced by Jonotthan Harrison with 4:21 left in the fourth quarter.

Dolphins backup quarterback Brock Osweiler improved his record to 2-2 since replacing the injured Ryan Tannehill (shoulder). Osweiler passed for just 139 yards and took four sacks but did not have a turnover.

Miami opened the scoring on Jason Sanders' 43-yard field goal with 12:39 left in the second quarter. That drive was set up by Alonso's interception.

The Dolphins took a 6-0 lead on Sanders' 27-yard field goal with 1:11 left in the half. Miami might have had more on that drive but Jets safety Jamal Adams blitzed and knocked down a third-down pass by Osweiler.

Just before the half Darnold helped get New York on the board moving his team 45 yards on seven plays. That set up Jason Myers' 48-yard field goal with 20 seconds left in the half.

The Jets had a chance to tie the score with 12:37 left in the fourth quarter but Myers missed way right on a 50-yard field goal attempt. That miss snapped Myers' streak of 12 consecutive successful field goals.

After Baker's score Myers booted a 56-yard field goal cutting Miami's lead to 13-6 with 6:03 left in the fourth. However two more Darnold interceptions after that field goal ended New York's hopes.

--Field Level Media

Updated: Nov. 4, 2018, 3:17 p.m. - Note: all times are Eastern Time