The Buffalo Bills lead the AFC East, while the Miami Dolphins are two games back and looking to complete the season sweep of Buffalo.
Those teams are among the top offenses in the league, so the match should be a fun one to watch.
The Miami Dolphins settled for a 39-yard field goal from Jason Senders to take the lead at the beginning of the first quarter, 3-0 for the Dolphins.
Later, the Buffalo Bills started the possession with a three-yard run from Singletary.
After some passes and runs, Allen seemed too tight to end Quintin Morris in the endzone; Buffalo Bills led 7-3.
The Dolphins created a second field goal for 21 yards out in the second quarter, Bills still lead 7-6.
The Buffalo Bills’ offense worked very well as Allen found Nyheim Hines for the 10-yard touchdown, Bills led 14-6.
After getting a first down at the Bills’ 11-yard line, Salvon Ahmed took the handoff, bouncing off a tackle and scoring a touchdown.
His first touchdown of the year changed to score to Bills 14-13.
Before halftime, Allen flushed from the pocket and found Cook for the score; the Bills led 21-13.
After exchanging punts and scores, both teams were tied 29-29 in the fourth quarter.
Fortunately, Buffalo Bills successfully converted the last goal attempt as time expired and won the match 31-29.