Buffalo Bills Beat Miami Dolphins 19-14 to End Losing Streak

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Buffalo Bills Beat Miami Dolphins 19-14 to End Losing Streak
Bills break their losing streak in the AFC East.

The Buffalo Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins 19-14 in a Thursday Night Football game on the NFL Network. The game was the first and only nationally televised game in 2012 for Buffalo this year.

The win snapped several streaks that Buffalo wanted to desperately end. They had lost eight straight games against AFC East opponents. In addition, Buffalo had lost three-straight games, so the win bumps the Bills up to 4-6 on the year. Miami is also 4-6 now, so both teams are holding on to the faintest of playoff hopes.

Coming into the game, the Miami defense was No. 22 in the NFL overall, but was a very good No. 5 against the run, allowing just 94.2 yards per game.

The Bills defense is No. 31 overall in the NFL. They are last in run defense, allowing 163.7 yards per game. They also give up the most points per game, allowing 31.7 points per game.

When the dust settled it was the Bills defense that prevailed, along with the special teams. The offense continues to move the ball, but is finding it hard to score touchdowns once they get in the red zone.

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