MNF Radio Highlights and Recap: Jets 24 – Dolphins 6

10/17/2011

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (10/17/11) – The New York Jets broke a three-game losing streak and heaped more misery on winless Miami (0-5), beating the Dolphins 24-6 on Monday Night Football.

Mark Sanchez ran for one touchdown and threw for another for the Jets (3-3), who also got a defensive touchdown from Darrelle Revis on a 100-yard interception return.

Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason called the action on Westwood One.

(Darrelle Revis intercepts Matt Moore and takes it to the house to give the Jets an early 7-3 lead)

(Mark Sanchez extends the lead to 14-6 with a 5-yd TD run)

(LaDainian Tomlinson’s postgame interview with Westwood One sideline reporter Steve Tasker)

(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason)

 

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