LONDON — While Chris Ivory and Ryan Fitzpatrick were racking up the yards, the New York Jets’ offensive line did much of the hard work by neutralizing Ndamukong Suh.

Ivory ran for a career-high 166 yards and Fitzpatrick threw for 218, one touchdown and one interception to lead the Jets over the Miami Dolphins 27-14 Sunday at Wembley Stadium in the first division game played in London.

Suh, the highest-paid defensive player in league history, had three tackles and no sacks. His first didn’t come until the third quarter.

Both teams have byes next week, as usual for teams playing in London. Miami (1-3) will face lots of questions about its poor performances thus far.

Fitzpatrick threw for 172 yards in the first half, including a 58-yard completion to Brandon Marshall on the first play. Marshall had 107 yards receiving by halftime and finished with 128 for the Jets (3-1).

The hard-running Ivory scored the first touchdown from 3 yards to start off his ninth career 100-yard game. Fitzpatrick later completed a 10-yard TD pass to Eric Decker in the second quarter and Zac Stacy rushed in from the 2 in the third.

Nick Folk converted all three extra points and added field goals from 22 and 48 yards. But he missed a 40-yard attempt.

The Jets ended up with 207 yards rushing, including 34 from Fitzpatrick, and 425 total yards on offense. Ivory’s 166 yards were the most by a Jet since Thomas Jones ran for 210 in 2009.

Besides controlling Suh, the Jets got some help when Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes went out with a right knee injury in the first quarter.

The Jets gave the Dolphins some hope, though, with 14 penalties for 163 yards. And Miami’s first score, in the second quarter, came with plenty of aid from New York’s secondary.

Ryan Tannehill threw deep to Jarvis Landry, and Darrelle Revis was called for a 36-yard pass interference. On the next play, Tannehill threw to Jordan Cameron, but Marcus Gilchrist was whistled for another pass interference, good for 22 yards.

Tannehill found Jake Stoneburner on the next play for 8 yards make the score 13-7.

Tannehill ended up with 198 yards and two touchdowns on 19 of 44 passing. His second score was a 10-yard pass to Kenny Stills in the fourth quarter.

But the Dolphins failed to come up with the big play, going 0 for 12 on third downs and 0 for 4 on fourth downs.

It was the 12th regular-season NFL game at Wembley Stadium, the home of England’s national soccer team. It was also the first of three scheduled for this season. Buffalo will take on Jacksonville on Oct. 25, and Detroit will face Kansas City on Nov. 1.

It was the first time the Jets played in the NFL’s International Series, the third time for the Dolphins. They lost the first game in 2007, 13-10 to the New York Giants. Last year, the Dolphins beat the Oakland Raiders 38-14.

SAINTS 26, COWBOYS 20: Drew Brees hit C.J. Spiller with a short pass that the running back turned into an 80-yard touchdown – the 400th of the Saints quarterback’s career –on the second play of overtime, and New Orleans (1-3) beat visiting Dallas (2-2).

Brees, who missed New Orleans’ previous game because of a bruised rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder, completed 32 of 39 throws for 279 yards in his return.

WASHINGTON 23, EAGLES 20: Kirk Cousins threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Pierre Garcon with 26 seconds left to lift Washington (2-2) over Philadelphia (1-3) at Landover, Maryland.

Starting at its 10 with a little more than six minutes remaining, Washingon drove 90 yards on 15 plays to take the lead for good in a back-and-forth game.

BEARS 22, RAIDERS 20: Jay Cutler threw for two touchdowns and redeemed himself following an interception by helping set up a 49-yard field goal by Robbie Gould in the closing seconds, leading Chicago (1-3) over visiting Oakland (2-2).

The Raiders grabbed the lead on a field goal by Sebastian Janikowski with just over two minutes left that was set up by an interception by Charles Woodson deep in Oakland territory.

PANTHERS 37, BUCCANEERS 23: Cam Newton threw for two touchdowns and Josh Norman returned one of Carolina’s four interceptions of Jameis Winston for his second TD of the season as the visiting Panthers (4-0) beat Tampa Bay (1-3).

Newton tossed scoring passes of 6 and 12 yards to Ted Ginn Jr. A week after making a game-saving interception in the end zone against New Orleans, Norman scored on a 46-yard runback and later returned a another pick 34 yards to set up a second TD.

BENGALS 36, CHIEFS 21: Andy Dalton threw a 55-yard touchdown pass on the run and Cincinnati (4-0) won at home, beating Kansas City (1-3).

The Bengals (4-0) matched the third-best start in franchise history, two wins shy of the club record.

COLTS 16, JAGUARS 13: Adam Vinatieri kicked a 27-yard field goal with 4:36 left in overtime as Indianapolis (2-2) beat visiting Jacksonville (1-3) to tie an NFL record with its 15th consecutive win over a division opponent.

The 1972-73 Miami Dolphins also won 15 straight.

FALCONS 48, TEXANS 21: Devonta Freeman scored three more touchdowns and Atlanta (4-0) won at home against Houston (1-3).

Taking over as the starter at running back after rookie Tevin Coleman sustained a rib injury in Week 2, Freeman has six TDs in the last two games. Against the Texans, he had touchdown runs of 16, 23 and 6 yards, and set up another score with a 44-yard reception.

BRONCOS 23, VIKINGS 20: Brandon McManus kicked a 39-yard field goal with 1:51 left and Denver (4-0) had seven sacks to beat visiting Minnesota (2-2).

Von Miller smothered the loose ball after T.J. Ward’s sack-strip of Teddy Bridgewater in the closing seconds, sealing the win for the Broncos, who got a 72-yard touchdown run from Ronnie Hillman.

RAMS 24, CARDINALS 22: Todd Gurley rushed for all but five of his 146 yards in the second half and St. Louis (2-2) beat Arizona (3-1) at Glendale, Arizona.

Gurley, the Rams’ first-round draft pick, saw his most extensive action as a pro and his 52-yard run set up what proved to be the winning touchdown for St. Louis.

CHARGERS 30, BROWNS 27: Given a second chance due to a penalty, rookie Josh Lambo kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired, lifting San Diego (2-2) over visiting Cleveland (1-3), snapping a two-game losing streak.

Lambo was wide right on a 39-yard attempt with two seconds left, but Tramon Williams of Cleveland was whistled for offside. Lambo then hit his third field goal of the game for the Chargers.

PACKERS 17, 49ERS 3: Aaron Rodgers passed for 224 yards and a touchdown, ran 17 yards to set up a key second-half score, and Green Bay beat San Francisco (1-3) at Santa Clara, California, for its first 4-0 start in four years.

Richard Rodgers caught a 9-yard touchdown pass on the game’s opening drive before Aaron Rodgers got his team going in the second half after a slow start to snap a four-game losing streak to San Francisco, which included a pair of playoff defeats.