After losing three straight games, the Jets finally got back on the winning track, defeating the winless Dolphins, 24-6. New York struggled for much of the first half, but managed a 14-6 lead thanks to a Darrelle Revis interception and a Mark Sanchez run. Revis intercepted a Matt Moore pass at the goal-line and returned it 100-yards for a touchdown and would add another interception later. Sanchez scored his first touchdown on a 5-yard run and later had a 38-yard touchdown to Santonio Holmes.
While New York was able to walk away with the win, things didn't look pretty for a team that many thought would be a dominant presence in the AFC. Sanchez and the Jets offense went three and out in its first four possessions and after Miami took a lead on a field goal, things could have gotten really ugly for New York. Miami's kickoff, bounced off a Jets blocker and was recovered by the Dolphins. Luckily, Revis had his interception at the goal-line, or the Jets could very well have been down 10-0.
Rex Ryan's team can't afford the same mistakes Sunday when the Chargers visit the Meadowlands.