MIAMI - (AP) - Reggie Bush limped off the field. Darrelle Revis was driven away.

They were both gone with apparent left knee injuries long before a four-hour overtime marathon between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins ended - but their absences could clearly mean plenty for both clubs going forward.

Bush departed just before halftime. He stayed down after being tackled on a play where the Dolphins were apparently trying to run out the clock but chose not to simply take a knee, giving their best offensive player the ball on a handoff instead. Revis left in the third quarter, falling awkwardly and grabbing at his knee even before he hit the grass, a non-contact injury where he wound up covering his face with gloved hands in obvious pain.

At least the Jets gave their injured star something to celebrate, beating the Dolphins 23-20 on a field goal by Nick Folk with 6:04 left in overtime.