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Jets at Dolphins halftime report: Miami looking lost in first 30 minutes; Second half live chat

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The Miami Dolphins are losing at the half, this time against the New York Jets.

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For the fourth time this season, in four games played, the Miami Dolphins head into the locker room at halftime trailing. This time, it's a 20-7 hole to the New York Jets in a Week 4 AFC East divisional matchup in London. Can the team make adjustments during the intermission and come back in the second half?

Ryan Tannehill is currently 7-for-15 for 58 yards and a touchdown, while the team has a whole has 6 carries for 27 yards. Lamar Miller has made four rushing attempts for 13 yards. Tight end Jake Stone burner leads the team with two receptions, a team high 16 yards, and the lone touchdown. Jordan Cameron, 8 yards, Miller, 10 yards, Kenny Stills, 13 yards, Jarvis Landry, 2 yards, and Greg Jennings, 9 yards, each have one reception.

The Dolphins' took advantage of two defensive pass interference calls in the first half to get in position for the Tannehill to Stonburner touchdown.

For the Jets, Ryan Fitzpatrick is 11-for-19 for 172 yards and a touchdown. Eric Deker has caught four passes for 46 yards and the score, while Brandon Marshall is already over 100 yards with 5 receptions for 107 yards. The story of the game thus far, however, has been running back Chris Ivory, who Miami cannot seem to slow down; on 16 carries, Ivory has been moving the pile and breaking free for 89 yards and a touchdown.

Miami's defense has continued their year-long struggles, with shoddy tackling leading the list of problems.

Miami has seen cornerback Brent Grimes and linebacker Jelani Jenkins leave the game with injuries.

The Jets will get the ball to start the second half.