A healthy Buffalo Bills team looks a lot better than what fans had seen in the weeks leading up to their bye week. On Sunday, Bills fans saw Tyrod Taylor, Karlos Williams, and Sammy Watkins return on the offensive side of the ball from injury and each player has helped the Bills jump out to a 19-7 lead.
Taylor has completed 6-of-7 passes for 110 yards at halftime and has used his feet to run for another 29 yards. Williams added a rushing touchdown, his fifth in five games, and Watkins has gone over 100 yards at halftime. In addition to the new returns, LeSean McCoy looks 100 percent and has 90 yards rushing and a touchdown on 12 carries.
Defensively, the Bills held the Dolphins to seven points after Miami opted to go for a touchdown with two seconds left in the half, rather than opt for the short field goal. The defense has allowed the Dolphins to move down the field a few times in the first half, but Buffalo has done enough in the first half.
Miami will receive the ball to start the second half.