Many people in the media believed the Miami Dolphins were the one AFC East team who could compete with the New England Patriots. Through three weeks, the Dolphins look as though they may be the worst team in the division.
On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills made a statement by blowing out the Dolphins by a final score of 41-14.
Tyrod Taylor finished the game with a passer rating of 136.7 after completing 21-of-29 passes for 277 yards and three touchdowns. Taylor connected with Charles Clay, LeSean McCoy and Chris Hogan on touchdown passes. Clay finished the game as Buffalo's leading receiver. The former Dolphins tight end racked up 82 yards on five receptions. Percy Harvin came up big as a reliable receiver for the Bills. He hauled in seven passes for 66 yards.
In the running game, Buffalo finally ended their streak of games without a 100 yard rusher. Rookie Karlos Williams ran for 110 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. He's scored a touchdown in all three Bills games this season.
Defensively, Buffalo recorded three interceptions on Ryan Tannehill. Preston Brown took one of his two interceptions for a touchdown and Ronald Darby recorded his second interception of the season. Buffalo also recorded two sacks during the game. Corey Graham led the unit in tackles with 12. The unit as a whole finished with eight passes defensed.
The game was never in doubt for Buffalo. Miami has now dropped two consecutive games and needs to rebound next week against the Jets.