I agree with the second paragraph but not with the first - not at all. The teams were pretty evenly matched but I feel the Jets were slightly more rounded. The Jets outplayed Miami in the Dec game and should have won. That would have reversed the records and the Jets would have played them at home at some point in the playoffs. Then it’s a different story. Todd was better than Woodley, they had the NFLs leading rusher, and the Jets pass rush was better. I know the Dolphins whipped them opening day but opening day has always been bizarre with bewildering results due to some players not quite being in 100% game shape coming off the preseason and not playing whole games. But even if the game was still in Miami under normal circumstances I’m pretty sure the Jets would take them.