The New York Jets have been one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL. Losers of their last three, the Jets have a golden opportunity to right the ship on Monday Night Football. The hapless Miami Dolphins (0-4) are more worried about fight and ejections than winning football games. Despite dropping three straight to the Fins, the Jets should have a field day against a team in disarray. Here are three keys to the game for the Jets.

Time To Step Up, Shonn--AP Photo

1. Establish the Run Early— The Dolphins can be beaten on the ground. The Dolphins are giving up 109 yards per game on the ground and another 240 through the air. Brian Shottenheimer has been taking a lot of heat all week for his play calls. However, feeding Greene early and often should help open things up for the rest of the offense.

2. Pressure Matt Moore–The Dolphins lost their starting quarterback, Chad Henne, in Week 4. They’ll turn to Matt Moore to lead their offense. Moore has more interceptions (18) than touchdowns (16) in his career. The Jets predicate their defensive play on defensive pressure and expect them to put the pressure on the inexperienced Moore early and often.

3. Dominate– The Jets need to come out and just dominate the Dolphins. They are home, in prime time, and need a huge performance. I expect the Jets to dominate in all three aspects of the game. The Jets have to shut up the critics and I think they will this week.

Jets 35
Dolphins 10