· During a special ceremony prior to kickoff of today’s Miami Dolphins – New York Jets game, the Dolphins inducted four former players to the team’s Walk of Fame at the Joe Robbie Alumni Plaza Presented by Bank of America at Gate C of Sun Life Stadium. The Walk of Fame is designed to honor the alumni, coaches and fans that have made significant contributions of the team's 47 year history. The 2013 Walk of Fame induction class, selected by the Dolphins organization, each come from a different era of the historic franchise's 47-year history, are linebacker/defensive end Kim Bokamper, wide receiver O.J. McDuffie, running back Eugene ‘Mercury’ Morris and guard Keith Sims.
· With today’s win, the New York Jets now lead the all-time regular season series by a 50-46-1 margin.
· Today’s paid attendance was 70,296.
· Ryan Tannehill now has 3,913 passing yards on the season. This is the 9th highest single season total in team history and most in team history by a quarterback other than Dan Marino.
· Ryan Tannehill’s pass attempts (588) and completions (355) were the fourth highest totals in team history.
· With five receptions vs. the New York Jets (12/29),
· Mike Wallace scored his fifth touchdown of the season vs. the New York Jets (12/29) on a five-yard pass from Ryan Tannehill. It was Wallace’s 37th career touchdown.
· Mike Wallace has been very productive in his first season with the Miami Dolphins. His receiving yards (930) and receptions (73) were the third most by any player in their first season with the Dolphins.
· With his reception vs. the New York Jets (12/29), Brian Hartline has now recorded a reception in 26 straight games. It is the Dolphins longest current reception streak. The last game that Hartline failed to record a reception was vs. St. Louis (10/14/12).
· With two catches vs. the New York Jets (12/29), Brian Hartline set a career mark for most receptions in a single season with 76.
· With his 25-yard reception vs. the New York Jets (12/29), Brian Hartline surpassed 1,000 yards for the second consecutive season finishing the year with 1,016 receiving yards. Only four other receivers in Dolphins history have had back to back 1000-yard seasons, Mark Duper in 1983 and 1984, Mark Clayton in 1988 and 1989, Irving Fryar in 1993 and 1994 and Brandon Marshall in 2010 and 2011.
· With seven tackles vs. the New York Jets (12/29),
Miami Dolphins Injuries Reported in Press Box
Brian Hartline Knee Questionable, First Quarter