The Bison Bills almost pulled off a somewhat late rebound yet Josh Allen and the Bills offense used up all available time as the clock terminated after an Isaiah McKenzie get across midfield.
The Bills were attempting to get ready for a game-dominating field objective yet McKenzie was handled inbounds at the Dolphins 41-yard line and time expired before Allen could spike the ball.
From the get-go the Bills took a 7-0 lead, then a 14-7 lead, yet Miami returned and started to lead the pack in the fourth quarter on a Pursuit Edmonds TD hurry to make it 21-17 Dolphins. After the Bills couldn’t change over on fourth and objective late in the fourth quarter, the Bison safeguard constrained a stop and afterward an obstructed dropkick (off a Miami player) that brought about a security and gave the ball back to the Bills down 21-19 with 1:37 to go.
Sadly, the Bills couldn’t finish the rebound and go to 2-1 on the season as Miami moves to 3-0 (first spot in AFC East).
Here is a recap of all the other things you could have missed from the game:
Top details to know:
The Bills have now scored an initial drive TD, including end of the season games, in eight straight games. It ties the longest streak by any group in the last 40 seasons.
Josh Allen began the game 11-of-11, which denoted his most back to back fulfillments to begin a game. He completed the primary quarter 12-of-13 for 114 yards and a TD.
Tyler Bass had made 14 field objectives in succession out and about until his miss from 38-yards in the final quarter
Devin Singletary set a profession high in gatherings (9) and getting yards (78).
Zack Greenery had a 43-yard run in the game that was his profession high for longest rush.
The Bills had a 20-play scoring drive that brought about a Tyler Bass field objective in the second from last quarter. That undeniable the group’s most plays on a solitary drive since no less than 2001.
Josh Allen set a profession high in fulfillments with 42.
Allen likewise tossed for 400 yards, 15 short of tying his profession high.
The Bills had 497 net yards of offense, contrasted with 212 by the Dolphins.
Miami changed over every one of the 3 of their red zone stumbles into focuses, while the Bills neglected to score of 2 of their 4 open doors
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa left the game with a physical issue in the subsequent quarter yet returned in the last part. He got done with 13 of 18 passing for 186 yards and 1 TD.
Charges WR Isaiah McKenzie completed second in the group with 76 getting yards and 1 TD on 7 gets. He drove all Bills wide collectors in yards.
WR Stefon Diggs and RB Devin Singletary drove the Bills with 11 focuses on each.
Bills manage wounds
A few players left the game with wounds. Josh Allen required thoughtfulness regarding his tossing hand toward the finish of the game and went to get X-beams a short time later. Sean McDermott said that everything was great with Allen in his postgame question and answer session.
Here are other injury refreshes:
WR Jake Kumerow precluded for the game (lower leg)
T Spencer Brown is out for the game (heat ailment).
G Ryan Bates passed on game to be assessed for a head injury.
CB Christian Benford passed on game to be assessed for hand injury.
Different players, including TE Dawson Knox, WR Stefon Diggs and WR Isaiah McKenzie all left momentarily during the game due to squeezing yet completely returned and completed the game.
9:06 1Q | BUF 7 MIA 0 | Josh Allen pass short left to Devin Singletary for 2 yards, Score
3:39 1Q | BUF 7 MIA 7 | Pursue Edmonds up the center for 1 yard, Score
12:03 2Q | BUF 14 MIA 7 | Josh Allen pass short left to Isaiah McKenzie for 8 yards, Score
6:51 2Q | BUF 14 MIA 14 | Tua Tagovailoa pass short center to Stream Cracraft for 11 yards, Score
3:43 3Q | BUF 17 MIA 14 | Tyler Bass 30 yard field objective is Great
10:08 4Q | BUF 17 MIA 21 | Pursue Edmonds up the center for 3 yards, Score
1:37 4Q | BUF 19 MIA 21 | Thomas Morstead dropkick is Hindered