Another Buffalo-Miami sport, one completely different lopsided Bills victory. And this one might wind up hurting the Dolphins bigger than numerous the others.
Josh Allen threw two landing passes, Zach Moss ran for 2 scores and the Bills knocked out Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa early with a rib damage on the easiest way by which to a 35-0 win on Sunday.
Bills: CB Levi Wallace was coping with leg cramps inside the primary half, on a moist day the place the warmth index was close to 100 ranges. LB Tremaine Edmunds was not on the sector to start the second half, furthermore due to cramps.
Dolphins: Besides Tagovailoa, Miami furthermore seen WR Jakeem Grant go away inside the primary half with an ankle damage. Davis furthermore was acknowledged with a knee damage.
Not an unbelievable weekend for soccer in South Florida. The Miami Hurricanes misplaced 38-17 to Michigan State on Saturday and that, mixed with Buffalo’s rout, makes this the primary time the place the Hurricanes and Dolphins each misplaced by a minimal of 21 components at residence on the an similar weekend.
Allen went over the ten,000-yard passing mark for his occupation, the sixth participant to take movement for the Bills. He hit the milestone — he was solely 23 yards shy transferring into Sunday — in his forty fifth begin, matching the variety of begins that Hall of Famer Jim Kelly wished to throw for that many in his Buffalo days.
Miami’s security has registered a minimal of 1 takeaway in 24 consecutive video video video games, by far the longest energetic streak contained in the league. Dallas and Tennessee entered Sunday on eight-game streaks. Miami’s is the longest streak contained in the NFL since New England compelled a minimal of 1 turnover in 36 consecutive regular-season video video video games, a stretch that led to 2013.
Bills: Buffalo returns residence to face Washington subsequent Sunday, the primary assembly between these groups since a 24-9 Bills win in 2019.
Dolphins: Miami heads to Las Vegas. The Dolphins obtained at Las Vegas 26-25 on Dec. 26.
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