Ivory, Fitzpatrick lead Jets over Dolphins 27-14 at Wembley

Marshall redeems himself from Not Top 10 moment

Jets WR Brandon Marshall makes a nice 58-yard catch near the left sideline that sets up a Chris Ivory rushing touchdown later in the drive.

LONDON -- Chris Ivory ran for a career-high 166 yards and a touchdown, and Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 218 and another score Sunday to lead the New York Jets over the Miami Dolphins 27-14 at Wembley Stadium.

Ivory ran in from 3 yards on New York's first possession in the 12th regular-season NFL game played in London, but the first to feature division rivals.

Fitzpatrick finished with 16 of 29, including a 58-yard completion to Brandon Marshall on the team's first play from scrimmage.

The Jets improved to 3-1 while the Dolphins dropped to 1-3.

The Dolphins got their first score when Ryan Tannehill completed an 8-yard pass to Jake Stoneburner after a pair of pass interference calls gave Miami 58 yards on back-to-back penalties. The Jets committed 14 penalties for 163 yards.


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