By Carma Henry

By Byler Henry

Since 1966, the Dolphins and Jets rivalry has been intense. There’s something about beating your rival twice a year that ignites the competitiveness and causes you to bring your a game. On Sunday, the Dolphins edged out a win 13 to 6 against the rival Jets. It was a tough, defensive low-scoring contest.

Damien Williams of the Miami Dolphins goes up for the ball as Mike Catapano of the New York Jets looks on at Hard Rock Stadium on Nov. 6, 2016 in Miami Gardens, Fla. (Photo credit Getty Images /Chris Trotman)

The Dolphins’ defense showed up to play Sunday, holding the Jets to six points the entire game. The defensive line was able to get pressure on Sam Darnold sacking him four times, while the backs were able to intercept him 4 times. “The whole point is to get off the field. Obviously, pressure is great. You want to get the guy, whoever has the ball, off his rhythm, off his spot, maybe mess up the timing, all that.” Cameron Wake says. “At the end of the day, third down, you want to get off the field. Sacks are a good way to get that done. …read more

Source:: The Westside Gazette