Overturned PI Call Helps Jets Beat Dolphins 22-21

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By WFAN Sports Radio 101.9 FM/66AM New York
With 47 seconds left in the fourth quarter on a 3rd-and-18 at the Miami Dolphins 46-yard line trailing 21-19, New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold threw an incomplete pass to wide receiver Vyncint Smith, which should've set up a fourth-and-18 situation. There was plenty of contact between Smith and Dolphins defender Nick Needham.

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The Jets challenged the ruling on the field of no pass interference. Ultimately, after the officials reviewed the play, the call was reversed, giving New York a fresh set of downs at the Miami 38-yard line.

Darnold and the offense would move the ball down the field all the way to the Miami 26-yard line, allowing Kicker Sam Ficken to kick the game-winning 44-yard field goal as time expired. The Jets' 22-21 victory improved their record to 5-8 on the year.

Money.#MIAvsNYJ | #TakeFlight pic.twitter.com/qeUNR45PA5

— New York Jets (@nyjets) December 8, 2019

Dolphins head coach Brian Flores was not happy with the call. Miami came in hot, having defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 37-31 last week.

#Dolphins coach Brian Flores is quite angry. Felt team got screwed on a pass interference call on closing second, game-winning drive by #Jets. pic.twitter.com/OOm9rtkhk4

— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) December 8, 2019