The Buffalo Bills are now 2-0 after defeating the Miami Dolphins last Sunday by a final score of 31-28. In this article, I will tell you some things that stood out to me in the game.
Josh Allen throws for over 400 yards
Bills quarterback Josh Allen was impressive once again. He went 24/35, throwing for 413 yards and also threw four touchdowns. Allen continued his early season success as he played the best game of his career so far, while also improving his career record against the Dolphins to 4-1. Not only did he do damage with his arm, he also did damage with his legs as he rushed for over 100 yards. Here is a video of Allen’s highlights.
Stefon Diggs shines
It was only a matter of time before newly acquired wide receiver Stefon Diggs made an impact. Diggs had eight receptions for 153 yards, while also recording one touchdown. But don’t have me tell you, just watch this video (Due to a power outage with the CBS truck(s), there is no video of the touchdown).
Buffalo’s defense gets the job done
Going into this game with the Dolphins, the Bills would have both of their starting linebackers not playing because of injury. Both Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano would miss the game, so A.J. Klein and Tyrel Dodson had to fill in the void. Klein struggled but Dodson was very impressive. Towards the end of the game, the defense slowed down, but I think fatigue was a factor and it was a very hot day in Miami. Once Allen got what would be the game winning touchdown, the defense was able to get the job down when it mattered the most.
Buffalo will look to go 3-0 on the season as they have a tough opponent coming into town next week. The Los Angeles Rams, who are also 2-0, will be making their way into Orchard Park next Sunday at 1pm.
-Zach Jezioro @ZachJezioro_13
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