FILE - Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (AP Photo/Jim Rassol, File)

Dolphins Set to Travel to Buffalo to Face Bills

The Buffalo Bills (2-1) are preparing to host their AFC East rival Miami Dolphins (3-0) heading in Week 4, as both teams are looking to continue their winning streaks.

In Week 3, both teams had impressive wins. The Bills dominated the Washington Commanders 37-3 while the Dolphins made history, annihilating the Broncos 70-20.

Two Explosive Offenses Collide

Both the Bills and Dolphins offenses have been wrecking opposing defenses. The Bills offense, led by quarterback Josh Allen, has been impressive the past two weeks in lopsided victories against the Raiders and Commanders. In those two games, the Bills combined for 75 points.

Moreover, after struggling in Week 1 against the New York Jets, Allen has turned it around. In his last two games, he’s recorded 492 yards and four passing touchdowns including one rushing touchdown.

However, the Bills knows that the team on the other side of the field has an even more dangerous offense. Miami has shown everyone that there offense is not to be messed with. The Dolphins offense, led by star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa,  has combined for 130 points in their three games so far this season.

Overall, this game could come down to which team has the ball last in the fourth quarter.

Dolphins Look to Halt Dominance

Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott and the Bills have had a lot of success against Miami in the past. Buffalo is 9-1 in its last 10 games against the Dolphins and are 7-0 at home, including a huge AFC Wild Card playoff win 34-31 at Highmark Stadium back in January. However, Mike McDaniel and the Dolphins are looking to change this narrative. Tagovailoa has been waiting for this game to come ever since he was sidelined by a season-ending concussion.

Additionally, Miami’s quarterback has played at an MVP level this year. So far, he’s recorded eight touchdown passes with 1,024 yards in the air. In Week 3 against the Broncos, he threw four touchdowns, but it was the Miami running back duo of Raheem Mosert and De’Von Achane that made headlines. The duo had four touchdowns each, leading Miami to have over 700 yards of offense.


Kickoff is at 1 p.m. Sunday in Buffalo.

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