Jets give a bunch, gain even more
LONDON — The Jets piled up the yards, both good and bad, and got the win they came for.
New York gained 425 yards of total offense, including a career-high 166 for running back Chris Ivory, in beating the Dolphins at Wembley Stadium.
But the Jets also committed 14 penalties for 163 yards to keep the Dolphins in the game.
"We play aggressive, so some of that's going to happen," Jets linebacker Calvin Pace said. "But we know we've got to clean up our play."
The AFC East rivalry was the first division game played in London, which hosted its 12th regular-season game. Two more games this year are set for Wembley.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin, on a three-game losing streak and with a bye coming next week, said he wasn't worried about his job.
"Not at all," Philbin said. "I'm worried about getting our team fixed and straightened out and ready to play the Tennessee Titans. We have 14 days."