1 - A fierce fight till the end 2 - Bill keeps the back drive alive 3 - Defense stands tall

3 things we learned from Bills vs. Dolphins

The Bills knew they were going into Sunday's game, missing four starters on defense as well as their opening center on offense. But that didn't affect his effort and mettle in the extremely hot conditions in Miami on Sunday.

TE Dawson Knox and WR Isaiah McKenzie also succumbed to the heat, although McKenzie was able to return to the game.

Buffalo would also lose to RG Ryan Bates with a head injury on Buffalo's 20-play field goal drive in the third quarter. In the later stages of the fourth quarter, backup c Greg Van Roten was to be replaced by Greg Mainz.

Buffalo won in almost every statistical category of the game. He beat the Dolphins 212 with a total of 497 yards to overtake Miami by a margin of more than 2:1

The difference in the game came in the red zone where Miami went a perfect 3-for-3 and the Bills went 2-for-4 in a two-point loss.

Singletary's first catch of the day was on a checkdown throw from Allen, which he caught and took for 19 yards. He then capped that drive with a short reception of two yards in fourth and aimed to put Buffalo on the board first (7-0)

By halftime there were seven receptions for 52 yards in the singletary.

In the second half, Zack Moss hit the right flank and got a corner on Dolphins CB Nick Needham and wound up having a field goal drive to break up Buffalo to put the Bills in the Miami area for 43 yards. Tie a 14-14 and give Buffalo the edge (17-14)

James Cook also contributed in four receptions for 37 yards.

Miami's offense, which rolled a total of 547 net yards on offense in Week 2, only managed 212 Bills defense on Sunday.

Tua Tagovailoa, who had 469 yards and six touchdowns last week, had just 186 passing yards and one touchdown as Miami converted just three of their eight third-down opportunities, converting just 39 plays from scrimmage on offense. done