The Buffalo Bills knocked off their second consecutive AFC East foe, outlasting the Miami Dolphins 31-28 in a wild back-and-forth game in Week 2. The Bills started hot once again, putting up 17 points by the midpoint of the second quarter, good for a 10-point lead on the Dolphins.
Miami battled back, scoring 13 unanswered to pull ahead in the third quarter. Buffalo responded by going back to what worked in the passing game: crossing routes that put pressure on the safeties for Miami. It paid off as quarterback Josh Allen threw for four touchdowns and 417 passing yards.
The win puts Buffalo at 2-0, while the Dolphins drop to 0-2. Depending on the outcome of New England’s game Sunday night at Seattle, the Bills could hold the top spot in the AFC East at this early point in the game.
Following the Bills’ second win of the season, here’s everything we know about it: