It’s a win: Jaylen Waddle, Bradley Chubb lead Dolphins to 30-0 win…

No, Tyreek Hill was not a problem for the Dolphins on Sunday.Jaylen Waddle caught eight passes for 142 yards, including a 60-yard touchdown run from Tua Tagovailoa, and Raheem Mostert scored twice as the Dolphins bounced back from a loss to the Titans.

Their 30-0 win over the Jets brings them to 9-4 on the season and brings them closer to an AFC East title.Mostert’s first score was his 19th of the season, setting the franchise record for touchdowns in a single season. He also has a three-touchdown lead over 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey, making him the NFL lead in touchdowns this season. Tagovailoa finished the day 21 of 24 for 244 yards, leaving Mike White to take over the offense for much of the fourth quarter. Their total of 290 yards was the second-smallest total of the season, but their defense made sure they didn’t need a flashy offensive day.Bradley Chubb had three sacks and forced two fumbles, including one that gave the Dolphins the ball at the one-yard line before Mostert’s first touchdown. The Dolphins also sacked Trevor Siemian twice in the second half and totaled six sacks while pitching their shutout. Siemian was in the game because Zach Wilson went down with a head injury late in the first half and the Jets gained four yards. They finished with 103 yards, but even the faintest playoff hope is now extinguished and it appears that Aaron Rodgers will drop the next shoe for the Jets, ruling out a return to playing behind an offensive line that offered barely a hint of protection. . Sunday.The Dolphins return to home next weekend against the Cowboys, while the Jets host the Commanders in a battle for draft position.

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