Joe Philbin “not at all” worried about job security

On Sunday against the New York Jets inside of Wimbley Stadium, the Dolphins fell to 1-3 and it’s starting to look like the beginning of the end to what was thought of as a wonderful potential filled season.


Tim Ireland/AP Jets running back Chris Ivory powers through the Dolphins defense for a touchdown. Four Dolphin defenders are surrounding Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick early in the third quarter on a third-and-six play. The win also is a crushing blow to the Dolphins’ season who are now 1-3 with a few changes possibly imminent. Houston receiver DeAndre Hopkins finished with nine catches for 157 yards….

That’s a problem because they’ve invested heavily in defensive players. Suh finished with three tackles and no sacks.

Ross came to this game thinking he might have to consider firing his coach if the team got blown out.

“It wasn’t easy, man, that’s a good defense”, Jets right tackle Breno Giacomini said.

The Jets and Dolphins both played like their coaches Sunday.

The Dolphins’ offense continued to be anemic, as they would go on to have three consecutive three-and-outs, which the Jets would capitalize on once with a 48-yard field goal by Folk.

Has he decided everyone needs to go, chopping the head off the coaching staff now and replacing Philbin with an interim head coach for the rest of the year?

When asked about whether or not the coach was anxious about being fired, Philbin was already looking to the team’s next game against the Titans. “We have 14 days”.

Ivory scored the first touchdown from 3 yards to start off his ninth career 100-yard game.

The Jets ended up with 207 yards rushing, including 34 from Fitzpatrick, and 425 total yards on offense. Ivory rushed for 166 yards and scored a touchdown.

The Dolphins ran for just 59 yards on 11 attempts, but Tannehill and Philbin said the team had no choice but to air it out once they had fallen behind by 20 points early in the second half.

The only player the Jets had no answer for was Jarvis Landry, especially in the punt return game.

The New York Jets flew to London knowing that the key to victory was neutralizing Ndamukong Suh. New York made the most of their reprieve, Darrelle Revis making a brilliant interception in the end zone. On the next play, Tannehill threw to Jordan Cameron, but Marcus Gilchrist was whistled for another pass interference, good for 22 yards. Tannehill gave a glimpse of his quality as he stood firm in the face of an unblocked Jets linebacker, floating the ball over his opponent and into the hands of tight end Jake Stoneburner for an eight-yard touchdown.


Jacksonville took a 13-10 halftime lead when Myers kicked a 32-yard field goal with four seconds remaining in the second quarter, capping a 14-play, 65-yard drive that included a 19-yard pass from Blake Bortles to wide receiver Allen Hurns to the Colts’ 16. We got to look at things, we got to be honest about where we are and what we’re doing well, what we’re not doing well – correct those things, emphasize them, and obviously we’re 0-12 on third down today. During the times when Tannehill did have a clean pocket and needed to make a play, he kept falling short. He usually doesn’t, but sometimes he will speak up if he has something to say – like after last year’s Week 16 win against Minnesota when he surprisingly announced Philbin would return for a fourth season.

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