Jets vs. Dolphins 2012: Game Preview, Kickoff Time, TV Schedule And More

The Miami Dolphins will go for their second straight win on Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium. It's their first divisional game of the season as AFC East foe New York heads to South Florida. The Jets are coming off a thrashing by the Pittsburgh Steelers, in which quarterback Mark Sanchez completed just 10 of 27 attempts. Another ugly performance like that and there will surely be calls for Tim Tebow, who returns to his home state in Week 3.

The Dolphins will once again try to pound the ball with running back Reggie Bush, who went off in their Week 2 win over Oakland. The Jets rush defense was gashed by C.J. Spiller in Week 1, and they're currently ranked in the bottom third of the league in total rush defense. With Darrelle Revis returning from his concussion injury, Joe Philbin will likely play it safe with Ryan Tannehill and the passing game.

Marv Albert and Rich Gannon will have the call on Sunday afternoon. More information for Jets-Dolphins:

Game Date/Time: Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, 1:00 p.m. ET

Location: Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Fla.

TV: CBS

TV Distribution Map: the506.com

For more information on the Miami Dolphins, check out the SB Nation blog The Phinsider and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more news and information on the NFL check out SB Nation's NFL hub.

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