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Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Bills starting QB, has thrown for 21 touchdowns compared to 11 interceptions.
He has a streak running of 14 straight games with a touchdown pass, which is second highest total in Buffalo Bills history. His QB passer rating of 85 is good for 19th in the NFL. Fitzpatrick has been sacked a total of 19 times. His mobility was key last week, as he scrambled for over 40 yards against the Browns.
Fred Jackson is the 18th leading rusher in the NFL with 775 yards. He just needs 225 to reach the 1,000 yard plateau for the second straight season.
He will have his work cut out for him this Sunday, as the Dolphins rush defense is ranked # 7 in the NFL, only allowing 98 yards a game. In the season opener, none of the Bills reached 20 yards in rushing, which is a testament to the Dolphins rush defense.
Stevie Johnson is ranked at # 14 in the NFL with 874 yards in receptions. Needing only 126 more yards to eclipse the 1,000 yard mark for the season, Johnson has been an extremely pleasant surprise for the Bills in his third year.
The Dolphins pass defense is ranked # 6 in the NFL, allowing 200 yards a game.
The Dolphins overall defense is ranked # 5 in the NFL. They give up an average of 18.8 points a game.
They don't create a lot of turnovers as they only have created 17 for the season. But, they do boast the NFL Sack Leader in Cameron Wake, who already has 14 for the year.
The Bills patched up right side of the offensive line, Mansfield Wrotto and either Chad Rinehart or Cordaro Howard, will have to know where Wake is at all times.
The Bills will need to run the ball with Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller to keep the Dolphins pass rush honest. The young Bills receivers will have to run clean routes and be ready to come back to the ball or break off their routes when they see that Fitzpatrick is in trouble.
Their lack of experience could be a major factor in the game, but their ability to break tackles after the catch could also play a key role as well.