That play made the score 21-0 in the first quarter and ended Beck's day.
But things went south again.
By the time the game was done, the Dolphins had turned the ball over five times, including losing three of the eight fumbles they had.
The Dolphins made a game of it for a little while with 10 unanswered points in the third quarter while the Bills were content to just run the ball, but the outcome was sealed when Evans got behind Travis Daniels after a double move and scored his long touchdown.
For the Dolphins, the star offensively was running back Samkon Gado, who scored both Miami touchdowns, on runs of 12 and 20 yards.
But it was a bad day for the Dolphins' two prized rookies, Beck and Ginn.
Ginn dropped a punt after the Dolphins stopped Buffalo on the first drive of the game and that set up the Bills' first touchdown.
As for Beck, he was pulled after going 1-for-2 for 6 yards, getting sacked on each of Miami's first two drives and then watching the ball slip out of his hands.
While Lemon gave the Dolphins a quick spark, he also had his share of problems, throwing two interceptions, dropped three snaps, and fumbling while getting sacked on fourth down on the Dolphins' last drive.
It might not have been quite as ugly as the performance against the Jets a week earlier, but it was close.
And it was yet another defeat as the Dolphins get closer to the first 0-16 season in NFL history.