Running back Jay Ajayi and his Dolphins teammates had a bye last week, which means he’s well rested for his attempt at making it three straight games with at least 200 rushing yards. Ajayi would be the first player to pull that off, something he called “an amazing thing” this week. The Jets will be the team trying to stop them and, as you’d imagine, they are a bit less enthusiastic about the prospect of Ajayi continuing his streak this weekend. Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers says he’s “losing sleep at night” due to thoughts about Rodgers and defensive end Sheldon Richardson said the team is focused on avoiding a spot in the history book. “Decent back,” Richardson said, via ESPN.com. “They found a little groove with him right now. I think we’ve got a game plan for him. We’re not going to be a footnote in history, and that’s how we approach it.” The Jets have allowed the fewest rushing yards per game in the league this season, which should add to their confidence about keeping Ajayi from crossing the 200-yard plateau again this week. They’ve also allowed the most passing yards per game, which should impact the way Miami approaches the game even if there’s no history to be made through the air.