Game Recap: Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills

It was a hard-fought game in South Florida as the Miami Dolphins take down an AFC East Rival in the Buffalo Bills, 21-17.

1st Quarter

Miami receives the ball to start the game and Ryan Tannehill leads a TOUCHDOWN drive and connects with Devante Parker for the score. Dolphins lead 7-0

Bills get a total of 15 yards on the drive. Bills PUNT

Ryan Tannehill gets sacked in the end zone and are forced to PUNT. Buffalo challenged the ruling on the field that it was a safety. Ruling on the field was RT17 was down at the 1-yard line.

Buffalo goes Three & Out; PUNT

Dolphins go Three & Out; PUNT

2nd Quarter

Josh Allen connects with Zay Jones for the 15-yard TOUCHDOWN grab. Stephen Hauschka misses the extra point. Dolphins still lead 7-6.

Dolphins go Three & Out; PUNT

Bills go Three & Out; PUNT

Dolphins pick up a first down and then quickly go three and out after that. Miami PUNTS, and Buffalo FUMBLES the ball; Miami Recovers

Ryan Tannehill hits Kenyan Drake on a quick out and scores for a TOUCHDOWN. Dolphins lead 14-6.

Josh Allen INTERCEPTED by Xavien Howard.

3rd Quarter

Stephen Hauschka’s 32-yard field goal is GOOD. Dolphins lead 14-9.

Dolphins PUNT

Bills PUNT

Dolphins go Three & Out; PUNT

Josh Allen gets intercepted by Xavien Howard.

Ryan Tannehill gets intercepted by Micah Hyde the play after.

4th Quarter

Josh Allen pass complete to Zay Jones for the TOUCHDOWN. 2-pt conversion is GOOD. Bills lead 17-14.

Ryan Tannehill connects with Kenny Stills for the 13-yard TOUCHDOWN. Dolphins lead 21-17.

Stephen Hauschka misses 55-yard field goal attempt.

Dolphins go Three & Out; PUNT

Josh Allen fires an incomplete pass to Charles Clay.

Tannehill Kneels; FINAL

DOLPHINS WIN! 21-17

THE GOOD

Xavien Howard: 3 Tackles & 2 INT

Devante Parker: 4 Rec, 43 yards, 1 TD

Kenny Stills: 4 Rec, 37 yards, 1 TD

THE BAD

Rushing Attack: Frank Gore only rushed for 21 yards on 8 attempts.

Kenyan Drake rushed for 31 yards on 7 attempts.

THE UGLY

Defense couldn’t contain Josh Allen. Josh Allen ran for 135 yards and threw for 231. Josh Allen made the defense pay with his slipperiness. Dolphins always have trouble against mobile QB’s.

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