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  • Writer's pictureDominic Konareski

Former Jets' Become Part Of Miami History

The Miami Dolphins are as legitimate as being legitimate gets, but the New York Jets system needs to be thanked a little at least for their success…Right?

70-20. The Dolphins were just two points away from breaking the Washington Commanders’ 72 single-point game record that was sent in 1966. Overall, it was an historic day in Miami, as Broncos’ head coach Sean Payton has quietly realized that Nathaniel Hackett wasn’t the problem.

Dolphins’ QB1 Tua Tagovailoa went 23-for-26, throwing for 309 yards and 4 touchdowns for a 155.8 QBR. He was on Madden easy mode.

Tua was pulled and in came Mike White. For those who don’t know, Mike White is treated as royalty by Jets’ fans, despite posting a 2-5 record and only appearing in 8 games as a Jet between 2021-2022.

Mike White came in and threw a dart to Robbie Chosen, which would go 68 yards into the end zone. Robbie Chosen, formally known as Robby Anderson in his Jets’ days, and then as Robbie Anderson, Chosen Anderson, and now Robbie Chosen.

Chosen has gone through many name changes in the past year-and-a-half, but nevertheless he is still the same wideout that any team could count on.

Robbie Chosen played for the Jets from 2016-2019, racking in 3,059 receiving yards in 39 games.

It was nice to see a duo of former Jets’ ball out and be part of NFL history.

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