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The Buffalo Bills have dominated the Miami Dolphins through the first half.

At halftime, the Buffalo Bills lead the Miami Dolphins 27-0.

The Miami Dolphins came out flat to start their Week 3 contest against the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo took advantage. At halftime, the Bills lead the Dolphins 27-0.

It's been a nightmare scenario for Miami through the first half. 

Tyrod Taylor led the Bills on back-to-back drives to start the game. At halftime, he's completed 15-of-20 passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill's day hasn't gone as well. Miami's quarterback has gone 11-of-23 for 112 yards and three interceptions. Linebacker Preston Brown has recorded two interceptions, one going for a touchdown, and cornerback Ronald Darby picked off Tannehill late in the first half.

Buffalo is getting contributions all over the field. Karlos Williams leads all backs at halftime with 45 yards on five carries. Former Dolphins TE Charles Clay has caught five passes for 82 yards and a touchdown at the half. He's let his playing do all the talking in his return to Miami. 

Buffalo has a few injuries at the half. Sammy Watkins was seen on the sidelines talking to a trainer and offensive guard John Miller had to go to the locker room with a trainer as well. 

The Bills will receive the ball to start the second half.


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