Hits keep on coming for Dolphins

Updated: November 2, 2004, 5:07 PM ET
By Michele Tafoya | ABC Sports, for Insider

After throttling Miami 41-14 Monday Night, the New York Jets are 6-1 and tied with New England atop the AFC East. Good times.

The Miami Dolphins, meanwhile, probably didn't think their season could get any worse. But now the Fish are looking up out of an even deeper hole, a playoff run seemingly impossible.

The Jets won their 300th regular-season game in dazzling fashion. Offensive Coordinator Paul Hackett told the Monday Night crew he was looking for "explosion plays" to gain bigger chunks of yardage, and his offense delivered early.