3. The Miami Dolphins' pass rush wreaks havoc
The Dolphins' defense absolutely wrecked shop against the Ravens last week holding Baltimore to the worst statistical performance of the Lamar Jackson era.
It was a dominant display from Miami's defense that has looked a lot more like their 2020 selves over the last few weeks. That's bad news for a Jets team that's been beginning to find their footing on offense.
The Dolphins' defense showed Cover 0 blitz looks on a whopping 40 percent of snaps last week as they put forth one of the most aggressive defensive game plans the NFL has seen in years.
Now, we shouldn't expect the same degree of aggressiveness in Week 11, but the Jets' offensive line is sure to have their hands full.
While the offensive line has mostly held up this year, they have struggled at times with communication. That's an area that Miami picked apart last week against Baltimore.
Don't be surprised if the Dolphins find similar success against the Jets this week.
Expect the Dolphins to stunt and twist their way into the backfield where an immobile 36-year-old Joe Flacco will be waiting. Let's predict a five-sack performance for Miami on Sunday.