Goldberg: Raiders usually rise up on Monday night
Updated: November 8, 2002, 3:08 PM ETBy Hank Goldberg
There are eight weeks to go, yet some NFL teams are at a serious crossroads to their season, particularly those who will be performing under the lights.
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Dolphins at Jets, Sunday 8:30 p.m. ET: The Dolphins haven't won since quarterback Jay Fiedler went down. Under his replacement, Ray Lucas, Miami has turned the ball over 10 times in two games. There is no timetable for Fiedler's return, so the Dolphins can't look ahead. Their defense and their running back, Ricky Williams, have to step up.
The Jets woke up at San Diego, and are eager to avenge a 30-3 crushing at Miami in September when Williams ran for over 150 of 211 rushing yards for the Fins.
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