Final score: Dolphins 35, Bills 8
Four weeks ago Bills fans looked at this afternoon's game against the Miami Dolphins as a laugher.
They were right, the only think they were wrong about was who would be laughing at who.
Miami extended their winning streak to three by defeating the Bills 35-8.
For the Dolphins it moves their record up to 3-7, while the Bills drop to 5-5 and tied for second in the AFC East with the New York Jets.
Miami came alive early. After Buffalo took a 3-0 lead, the Dolphins scored on three consecutive drives to go up 28-6 by halftime with Buffalo's only other points coming from a last second field goal at the end of the second quarter.
Miami would score one more time in the third quarter thanks to a blocked punt by Chris Clemons that would be recovered in the end zone by Lex Hilliard.
Buffalo's only other score in the game was a safety in the fourth quarter, which made the final score 35-8.
Turnovers helped Miami, as Fitzpatrick threw two interceptions, one to Nolan Carroll and the other to Yeremiah Bell.
Matt Moore went 14 of 20 for 160 yards and three touchdowns on the day. Davone Bess, Charles Clay and Anthony Fasano caught the touchdown passes.
Reggie Bush also scored a touchdown to go along with his 15 carries and 32 yards. Daniel Thomas also had 15 carries gaining 50 yards.
For Buffalo, Ryan Fitzpatrick went 20 of 39 for 209 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions. Fred Jackson was kept quiet today running the ball seven times for 17 yards.
Miami is now 3-7 and hasn't allowed a touchdown in 12 quarters and has outscored their opponents 86-20 during their three game winning streak.
It seems crazy but, the Dolphins might actually have a very slim shot at still making the playoffs.
So will the miracle season continue on Thanksgiving?