Buffalo Bills hand Dolphins first loss of season, 48-20
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) – The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins are playing arguably the best game on paper on week 4 in the NFL.
Buffalo Bills 3rd quarter takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Bills are playing a complete game on both sides of the ball
Miami woke back up offensively but the Bills defense is continuing to give Tua Tagovailoa some trouble. Couple that with the offense continue to run at a high speed. Afterall, it isn’t a Bills offensive showing without a Josh Allen TD run, right?!
Mat Mlodzinski: Tre White’s health the most important thing
The Buffalo Bills are clearly having no issues with the Miami Dolphins, going up 41-20 after the 3rd quarter. However, at the end of the quarter, Tre White sustained an injury and it didn’t look good. He was very emotional and put a towel over his head as he was carted off. White, who tore his ACL on Thanksgiving in 2021, has notably battled back to get back on the field.
Buffalo Bills halftime takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Bills starting to take momentum
It seems Buffalo has figured out what Miami was doing well and has taken it away. Since allowing back to back touchdowns out of the gate, the Bills defense has forced two punts and forcing a fumble.
Mat Mlodzinski: Diggs is dynamic
Stefon Diggs caught two touchdown passes in the second quarter. The second one, which went for 55 yards, might have been Diggs’ best moment as a Bill. After catching a pass near the sidelines, Diggs somehow got away from two Dolphins defenders and raced in for a TD. Diggs’ heroics helped the Bills to a 17-point lead at the half.
Buffalo Bills 1st quarter takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Offense, offense, offense
Three total possessions in the quarter – three touchdowns. Exactly the kind of start I thought we’d be in for. Buffalo continues to run the ball well and let James cook up yards. Meanwhile, the Dolphin offense has been very creative with their play calling.
Mat Mlodzinski: Long drives are the way to beat Miami
The Buffalo Bills put together two clock-eating drives to take a 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. The first one, capped off by a Gabe Davis touchdown, went 8-plays and 75 yards and took over four minutes. The second TD ate up about five minutes of game clock and was finished off by a James Cook rush. Against an explosive Dolphins offense, keeping them off the field can be the best form of “defense.”