Jets vs Dolphins : New York Jets vs Miami Dolphins: Live score updates, TV channel, how to watch free live stream online. The Miami Dolphins are winless and are clearly tanking this season. The New York Jets have won one game and trying to prove they’re not tanking. The Dolphins and Jets will meet on on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, CBS, DirecTV) in a Week 9 game.
Sunday, November 3 – Time 1: 00 PM ET
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The New York Jets (1-6), led by quarterback Sam Darnold and running back Le’Veon Bell, meet the Miami Dolphins (0-7), led by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, in a Week 9 NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019 (11/3/19) at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The Redskins head to Miami to play the Dolphins in a matchup where the loser will gain the inside track to the No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft.
How to Watch:
When: Sunday, Oct. 13
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV (try for free)
The Redskins (0-5) became the first team to fire a coach this season, giving Jay Gruden his walking papers Monday. Washington has been outscored 151-73 in its five defeats after last Sunday’s 33–7 loss to New England. The Redskins led the Super Bowl champs for nearly 14 minutes of game time after Steven Sims raced 65 yards for a touchdown on a reverse.
Bill Callahan has been named Washington’s interim head coach, the first team he has been in charge of since a four-year run at Nebraska from 2004-07. He also was head coach of the Raiders from 2002-03, going 15–17 in those two seasons. Case Keenum has been named the starting quarterback over Colt McCoy and rookie Dwayne Haskins.
Miami (0–4) is coming off its bye week with one of arguably three legitimate chances to win a game given it also has two matchups with the winless Jets. The Dolphins have lost all four of their games by at least 20 points after their 30–10 defeat to the Chargers on Sept. 29.
Miami appears to have moved on from its potential quarterback controversy, with Josh Rosen starting in the loss to the Chargers after coming off the bench in each of the first three games. The 2018 No. 1 overall pick completed 43 of 84 passes for 482 yards and a touchdown with three interceptions.
The tide attempted to turn for the Dallas Cowboys in their 24-22 loss to the New York Jets, but it ultimately was not to be as the Jets stopped a Dallas 2-point conversion attempt that would have tied it in the waning moments.
Following a long drive to open the second half, a Jason Witten touchdown catch was negated by an offensive pass interference on wide receiver Cedrick Wilson, Jr. and things didn’t begin to again look up from there. The Jets got the ball back and full control of the game thereafter, fueled by a missed field goal by kicker Brett Maher — who otherwise was the majority of the Cowboys offense. The latter would make a surge midway through the fourth quarter to make it a more respectable game that threatened to flip outcomes, but it was not to be. The Cowboys couldn’t overcome their list of injuries, which now includes concerns about Amari Cooper, and mistake-ridden outing to stave off a 3-3 start to the season, having now suffered their third consecutive loss.
Meanwhile, the Jets not only got Sam Darnold back, they also landed their first win of the season because of him.
Why the Jets won
It’s as simple as the Cowboys having no answers for the return of Darnold, who took them to task for most of the game. The former first-round pick took the field for only the second time this season, but showed zero rust as he carved up the Cowboys for 338 yards passing and two touchdowns on 23 for 32 attempts. He did throw an interception, but it turned out to be mostly inconsequential, because he walked off of the field with a win and a career-best day.
Why the Cowboys lost
For the third straight week, it’s the same story for the Cowboys. They got off to a slow start offensively and couldn’t figure themselves out in the red zone, while their defense struggled mightily against Darnold and veteran wide receiver Jamison Crowder. It all went downhill from there, and the late-game flashes of hope from the Cowboys wound up being nothing more than just that: hope.