1:00 p.m. ET
85 degrees, humid and mostly cloudy
Key Coaching Decision: (BUF ball, leading 15-14/ Two-Point Conversion/ 12:00 Q4)
• The Bills just took the lead and decided to go for two. The try was successful, but it was an unnecessary risk with 12 minutes left. Resulted in a downgrade to play calling.
• Buffalo’s plan with Josh Allen does seem to rely on him rushing the ball a great deal, and that strategy was enough to keep this game competitive down to the last play. Josh Allen is a rookie and there were some poor decisions made in this game, but there were also some bright moments where one could sense a cohesive strategy to the passing game.
• The rhythm of Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill was disrupted throughout, and the Bills defense seemed to control the line of scrimmage.
• Buffalo used all three timeouts before the start of the 4th quarter. They could have used them on their final drive.