MIAMI (AP) — The winless Jets have reached a new low. They were shut out Sunday by AFC East rival Miami for the first time in 38 seasons, losing 24-0. The dismal offensive showing left the Jets as the NFL’s lone winless team at 0-6, and turned up the heat on play caller Gase, who also happens to be their head coach. He said he wasn’t worried that his job might be in jeopardy. The Dolphins blanked their division rivals for the first time since the January 1983 AFC championship game, which they won 14-0.