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New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins – CBS, 1:00 PM
Darnold making better decisions
Sam Darnold has played better in his last four games than he did in his first four games.
Anderson the deep specialist
Robby Anderson continues to be a premier deep threat in the NFL. He’s seen 13 deep targets (five deemed catchable) and has reeled in three receptions for 152 yards and three touchdowns.
After a rough rookie season, Marcus Maye has hit his stride en route to career-high grades across the board.
Bowles' strong defense
Todd Bowles is putting together one of the best defensive units he’s had in his coaching tenure with the Jets.
Osweiler & Tannehill not making the big-time throw
Kenyan Drake pushing for carries
Kenyan Drake has been the most elusive player in the Dolphins' backfield, but he's still not finding the same heights as he did in 2017.
Howard's elite start has faded
Xavien Howard had a hot start to the season but has cooled off since then. In Weeks 1-3, Howard posted a grade of 72.4, which ranked 13th among corners with at least 150 snaps. In Weeks 4-8, Howard has earned a 59.7 overall grade, which ranks 59th among corners in that span.
The rookie shutdown corner
Rookie corner Minkah Fitzpatrick has been a bright spot on the Dolphins defense this season. As well as allowing a passer rating of just 50.8, he has also allowed 0.56 yards per coverage snap- good for fourth among corners with at least 200 coverage snaps this season.