Jets take down divisional rival Dolphins for their first win of the season In a game marred by server issues and disconnects, the Jets were able to come out of Miami with a 27-17 win over the Phins. After trailing at halftime 7-3, rookie QB Steven Hardin helped lead the Jets' offense to a big 24 point second-half to seal the game. After struggling in his first two regular-season professional games, Hardin finally delivered a performance worthy of his high draft position. Hardin finished 15-26 for 261 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. This team's record is going to be highly dependent on if Hardin can continue to put up big games. Along with the big offensive burst in the second half, the Jets were helped by their four forced turnovers. Rookie SS Bobby Joe was the MVP of the game with a forced fumble recovered by New York and a interception on an Andy Dalton deep throw. Jet defenders Antonio Cromartie and David Harris also picked off Dalton in the game. New York will hope to keep their momentum from their late success in this game to recover from their 0-2 start. @chunkness Great game man. I'm looking forward to our next one.