With two games remaining in the regular season, the Buffalo Bills seem capable of winning the Super Bowl. The Bills revamped their defensive front with newcomers like Von Miller and basically kept the same offense that narrowly lost to Kansas City in a divisional-round thriller the previous season.
Unbeaten Bills and Dolphins square off in an AFC East matchup
Due to their impressive victories over the defending champion Rams and the Titans, the AFC No. 1 seed from the previous season, they have established themselves as one of the top teams in the NFL during the first two weeks of the season.
The following club is the Miami Dolphins, who, with their explosive offensive lineup and assured first-year coach, appear to be AFC contenders.
Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said, “The Buffalo Bills have won the division and done an unbelievable job in all three phases. What better for the Miami Dolphins, who are a young team that is really invested and eager to play football, what better opportunity than playing the best and seeing where you’re at?”
The Bills (2-0) and Dolphins (2-0) have two of the best offenses thus far in the season going into Sunday’s game in South Florida, but Buffalo has dominated the series in previous years. The last seven meetings have been won by the Bills, who also defeated the Dolphins 35-0 in Week 2 of last season.
But this Miami club isn’t nearly the same one Buffalo has faced in the past. It has been difficult to stop Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle since opposition defenders haven’t been able to catch them.
With 284, Hill has the most receiving yards in the NFL. He has two touchdowns and 19 receptions. Waddle has 240 yards, three touchdowns, and 16 receptions.
The Bills coach Sean McDermott remarked, “We’ve faced both of them before, but now they’re on the same field.” “I always felt they were a talented football team over the last couple of years, going against Miami, and now that Tyreek Hill is in the mix, they’ve got a huge amount of playmakers on that squad,” said the observer.
Even having Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and their arsenal of weapons, the Bills haven’t been able to avoid difficulty in the first two weeks of the season.
The Bills’ secondary has been hit hard by injuries, including neck injuries to cornerback Dane Jackson and safety Micah Hyde. It may be up to rookie cornerbacks Kaiir Elam and Christian Benford to line up against Waddle and Hill.
Leslie Frazier, the defensive coordinator for the Bills, said of Elam and Benford, “The output that they’ve provided us, the games haven’t been too big for them.” Therefore, if it comes to that—where they would both have to start—we would be confident with both of them in the field.
Josh Allen has caused teams problems with his powerful arm and hard-to-tackle physique. In his fifth game with at least four touchdowns and no interceptions since 2020, he passed for 317 yards and four touchdowns against Tennessee. With 614 total passing yards, he is fourth in the NFL.
He is a monster. Tua Tagovailoa from Miami stated, “I’m at a loss for words regarding him. “I mean, the guy stretches plays with his legs, and runs the ball when necessary. He has the ability to move the ball down the field and to his playmakers.
With a 35-0 victory in September of last year, the Bills are 3-0 against Tagovailoa, including what ended up being a brief start. After being struck by Buffalo’s A.J. Epenesa, Tagovailoa completed one of four passes for 13 yards over the course of two series before being forced off due to a rib injury.
In a 52-26 loss to the Bills in the season finale of 2020, Tagovailoa had his greatest performance against Buffalo against a number of their backups. His performance was 35 of 58 for 361 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions.
Jordan Phillips, a defensive tackle selected in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft by Miami, never materialised there. When he was released by Miami in 2018, the Bills instantly claimed him, and he quickly established himself as a starter before signing a three-year deal with Arizona as a free agent in 2020.
Phillips returned to Buffalo after signing a one-year contract this offseason, and as a member of a reorganized defensive front, he is immediately causing trouble. Frazier stated, “We’re not surprised by his production or the impact he’s had.
After starting the season with two games in primetime, the Bills are now finally given the opportunity to play on a Sunday, and in the daylight no less.
After taking down the Los Angeles Rams 31-10 in the NFL’s season opener on Sept. 8, Buffalo had to wait 11 days before thrashing the Titans 41-7 on Monday night. Currently, the Bills have seven more Sunday games at 1 p.m. on the schedule, along with at least three more games in prime time and a Thanksgiving Day matchup at Detroit.
In order to make up for the short week, McDermott held a walk-through session on Wednesday before the first practice on Thursday.
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