Found January 01, 2012 on WhoDeyFans:
The Dolphins held off a late surge from the Jets to win today, 19-17.  The loss pushes the Jets to 8-8 and out of any playoff possibility. Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions to doom New York’s playoff hopes. Attention now shifts to the Bengals game, scheduled to kick off in 10 minutes. If the Bengals [...]
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