Dolphins-Jets: Miami’s Wildcat Offense Powers Past New York

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Ash Marshall in NFL
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Ronnie Brown capped off a free-scoring fourth quarter by bursting the ball home out of the Wildcat with six seconds remaining to give the Miami Dolphins a 31-27 victory over the New York Jets. The running back ensured that the fifth lead change of the period would be the final one, taking the snap from the two-yard-line and finding a seam to complete a 13-play drive. Miami quarterback Chad Henneùmaking just his second NFL startùwas instrumental in the win, helping the Dolphins come from behind three times and giving them just their second win of the season. Henne protected the ball well throughout the game, throwing for 241 yards (20/26) with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He was complimented by Dolphins' backs Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown, who combined for 142 yards on 32 touch ...

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