New York Jets Torching Dolphins; Robby Anderson Takes Seat in Stands (Video)

Not only are Josh McCown and the New York Jets offense torching the Miami Dolphins early, but Robby Anderson is making himself at home.

Through 15 minutes of play, one thing’s completely obvious …

We’re witnessing an old-school AFC East shootout.

Do you remember those classic Dan MarinoKen O’Brien shootouts in the 1980s? Weapons galore would torch the opposing secondary. Names such as Al Toon, Wesley Walker, Mark Duper and Mark Clayton.

During Week 7 of the 2017 season, the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are doing it again — albeit, the names don’t hold the same star power.

Josh McCown has already thrown for two scores. One went to Jermaine Kearse on the opening drive of the game:

After Jay Cutler responded with a TD toss of his own to Jarvis Landry on their opening drive, McCown did it again, this time to Young Amazin’, Robby Anderson:

Anderson takes a seat in the first row to cap off the Phins’ fans’ misery.

This is what happens when both defenses completely disrespect the opposing squad’s passing game and continue to load the box with eight, nine players.

After one-quarter of play, the Jets lead 14-7.

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