MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 23: Kicker Nick Folk #2 (L) of the New York Jets celebrates a game winning kick against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on September 23, 2012 in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Jets defeated the Dolphins 23-20 in overtime. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Jets Vs. Dolphins: Miami Goes Down In Overtime, 23-20

The Dolphins squandered a fourth quarter lead to the Jets, eventually losing 23-20 in overtime.

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Reggie Bush Injury Update: Dolphins RB Could Return In Week 4

Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush appears to have avoided what could have been a major, season-ending knee injury on Sunday against the New York Jets:

Bush went down in the second quarter of Sunday's game after starting strong with 61 yards on 10 carries. After his exit from the game, the tandem of Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller combined for 117 yards.

If in fact Bush plays this week, it would be a huge save for the Dolphins offense. Under new head coach Joe Philbin, Miami has relied heavily on the seventh-year back while rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill develops. Bush has not played in all 16 games in a season since his rookie year, and missed games in 2007 and '08 with knee injuries.

For his part, Bush was exuberant on Twitter Monday morning:

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Reggie Bush Injury: Dolphins RB Expected To Miss A Few Weeks

Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush injured his left knee in the second quarter of Sunday's game with the New York Jets and wasn't able to return to the game. According to the Palm Beach Post, the knee injury is "nothing season-ending" but will likely force the running back to miss a few more weeks of action.

Bush has a history of injury in that knee, as he tore his PCL in 2007, then both sprained his MCL and tore the meniscus in 2008.

Bush had been the focal point of the Miami ground game in 2012, and was the AFC's offensive player of the week for Week 2. Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller will be asked to pick up the slack in his absence. Both Thomas and Miller showed some good things on Sunday during the second half of play. The pair combined for 117 yards on the ground against the Jets.

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Dolphins Lose To Jets, 23-20, On Overtime Field Goal

The New York Jets overcame a slow start to defeat the Miami Dolphins 23-20 at Sun Life Stadium. Nick Folk hit the game-winning field goal for the Jets after Miami called timeout on a play where they blocked Folk's initial kick.

Trailing 17-10 entering the final quarter, another Folk field goal early in the fourth would then set up the Jets taking the lead for the first time late. Mark Sanchez threw his first touchdown of the game with just 3:05 remaining to Jeremy Kerley. Down 20-17, the Dolphins then put together a late drive that allowed them to tie the game with 21 seconds remaining on a Dan Carpenter field goal.

In overtime, Carpenter would miss a 49-yard field goal that gave the Jets the chance to go for the win. Sanchez worked the ball down the field allowing Folk to win the game with a 33-yard field goal.

Fantasy Studs/Duds

Those who went with Shonn Greene in their fantasy lineups had to be disappointed with his output of 40 yards on 19 carries. Santonio Holmes had a big game where he picked up his team and fantasy owners with 147 yards on nine receptions.

As for the Dolphins, wide receiver Davone Bess may be on some owners' radars after his impressive day of 86 yards on five receptions. Bush appeared to be heading for a great day until he went down with an injury. Daniel Thomas was seeing the bulk of the carries in Bush's absence. Owners may want to consider picking him up if Bush is out for any amount of time past today.

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Did They Cover?

The Jets were favored by three points so there is a push.

Injuries

The Jets suffered a bunch of injuries during the game, but none more important than the injury to cornerback Darrelle Revis. After being carted off with a right knee injury, he did not return to the game. There is yet to be word on how long he will be out.

For the Dolphins, they lost running back Reggie Bush in the first half when he hurt his knee. He was the Dolphins' leading rusher with 61 yards despite not playing at all in the second half. Like with Revis, there is yet to be word on the extent of his injury.

Next Opponents

Next week, the Jets will look to recover against the San Francisco 49ers. The Dolphins will attempt to continue their winning ways when they travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals.

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Jets Vs. Dolphins Score Update: Dolphins Lead 17-10 Through Three Quarters

The Miami Dolphins held a 17-10 lead over the New York Jets headed to the fourth quarter in Miami on Sunday.

The big news of the third quarter wasn't a score, though each team had a touchdown, but an injury: Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis left during the third quarter with an apparent knee injury. Revis suffered the injury on a non-contact play and was taken back to the locker room for further examination. He will not return to the game.

The Jets started the second half with a bang. Safety LaRon Landry intercepted Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill and returned it for an 18-yard touchdown. That tied the game at 10.

Tannehill responded later in the quarter with an 11-play, 80-yard touchdown drive. Tannehill was just 2 for 3 on the drive, yielding mostly to running backs Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas in the aftermath of Reggie Bush's second-quarter injury.

Fullback Jorvorskie Lane capped the drive with a one-yard touchdown run.

The Jets had a red-zone drive in the third quarter that resulted in no score. On third and goal at the Miami 7-yard line, Mark Sanchez threw an interception to safety Chris Clemons. On second and goal from the 2-yard line on the play before, Tim Tebow came in, and this happened:

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Jets Vs. Dolphins Score Update: Miami Leads 10-3 At Halftime

The Miami Dolphins lead the New York Jets 10-3 at halftime after the two traded field goals in the second quarter.

Dolphins running back Reggie Bush suffered an apparent left knee injury late in the second quarter. Trainers examined his left leg before he limped off the field. His status to return is unclear.

Other than that, perhaps the most interesting development of the second quarter was this:

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This is Jared Odrick sacking Mark Sanchez.

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This is Jared Odrick doing his Pee-Wee Herman dance after sacking Mark Sanchez.

Real football things also happened in the second quarter. For instance, the Dolphins' first drive featured a few long Ryan Tannehill passes on consecutive plays—one to Davone Bess for 23 yards, the next to Anthony Fasano for 17—but stalled once it got to the red zone. Dan Carpenter kicked a 21-yard field goal to give Miami a 10-0 lead.

The Jets got on the board with a 16-play, 67-yard drive that ended with a Nick Folk 33-yard field goal with 1:50 to go before halftime.

Tannehill was 6-of-11 for 62 yards in the first half.

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Jets Vs. Dolphins Score Update: Miami Leads 7-0 After One Quarter

The Miami Dolphins took a 7-0 lead early against the New York Jets, and that score held through to the end of the first quarter.

The Dolphins took early advantage of a Mark Sanchez mistake, intercepting the Jets quarterback on the fifth play from scrimmage of the game. Miami took over at the Jets 47-yard line and needed eight plays, six of which were rushes, to take a 7-0 lead.

The big play of the drive was a Reggie Bush 26-yard run on a 2nd-and-11 play that put the Dolphins down to the 10-yard line. Three plays later, running back Daniel Thomas punched it in from a yard out to score.

The Jets' offense struggled to get anything going in the first quarter against Miami's defense. None of the three New York first-quarter drives—the third of which leaked into the first bit of the second quarter—lasted longer than seven plays, and the three drives ended with an interception and two straight punts.

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Dolphins WR Brian Hartline Not Showing Any Rust

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline missed all but one training camp practice, but that hasn't prevented him from playing well in the regular season. He caught nine passes for 111 yards in the team's 35-13 win over the Oakland Raiders in Week 2.

"I told him, I said, ‘You're going to screw everything up for us because everybody is going to miss minicamp, OTAs and preseason and think they can play. He's kind of a coach killer in some ways because of what he was able to do," Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman said.

Related: Jets at Dolphins: Darrelle Revis Not Cleared For Contact

The fourth-year player out of Ohio State caught 35 passes for 549 yards and one touchdown last season. He's on pace to surpass those numbers by a wide margin in 2012, as he has 12 catches for 161 yards through two games.

The Dolphins face the New York Jets in Week 3.

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