It may not be so informative but gosh it feels so awesome to see reports like this by sports experts! And besides its nice to hear them putting out all the Jets flaws! :d-day:. I cant wait for sunday!!! Im so nervous! Miami Dolphins at New York Jets . If the Broncos are in the midst of the AFC's greatest collapse this season, the Jets, once 8-3 and now 9-6, aren't far behind. Their failure to win on the West Coast (0-4) has them in precarious position of potentially missing the playoffs, even if they upend their red-hot rivals from South Florida. The Jets' run defense has wilted, and their offense can't seem to find a rhythm, with the running game losing its dominance and Brett Favre losing his mojo. One would think that the Jets, rather than the Fins, would have been the team better prepared for December. Look for the Dolphins to pound away with Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams early to start the process of wearing down the Jets' front seven. Once the backs are established, extra-motivated former Jet Chad Pennington will turn in an efficient, play-action passing game, working downfield with his tight ends. Eventually, he will find speedster Ted Ginn, and attempt to stretch the field with a big play. Favre and the Jets just can't get anything going downfield, which used to be the knock on Pennington. So look for the Dolphins' front seven to be aggressive in going after both Favre and the Jets' running backs to take away the short stuff. Thanks to Bill Parcells, coach Tony Sparano and Pennington, the Miami miracle of going from 1-15 to 11-5 division champs is about to become a reality. Dolphins 23, Jets 20.