Buffalo Looks To Jump To Second Place Against The Dolphins

MIAMI – With two straight wins under their belt, the Buffalo Bills will be visiting the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. 
With a win, Buffalo will move up to second place in the AFC East. The Dolphins are 4 point favorites in Sunday’s clash.
The Bills have scored 65 points in their last two games after scoring only 96 in their first nine.
Bills quarterback, Josh Allen, is 3-3 as the team’s starting quarterback. So far in his rookie campaign, Allen has passed for 992 yards, and three touchdowns. Allen is also third on the team with 254 yards rushing, and leads the team with four rushing touchdowns.
Wide receiver, Zay Jones, is the Bills leader in all three receiving categories. Jones has 37 receptions, for 392 yards, and two touchdowns.
Despite being ranked second-to-last in total offense, the Bills defense is number two in the NFL.
Rookie linebacker, Tremaine Edmunds, leads the Bills defense in tackles with 78.
Jerry Hughes has a team high six sacks.
Matt Milano, and Jordan Poyer are tied for the team lead with three interceptions.
The Miami Dolphins, however, have been on a downward spiral. Miami started 3-0, now they are also clinging to life for a possible playoff spot at 5-6. Miami lost their last two games, as well as six of their last eight.
Miami is also near the bottom on both sides of the ball. The Dolphins offense is ranked number 28, while their defense is ranked number 29.
Ryan Tannehill returned to action in Miami’s last game against the Colts after missing the last five games due to a shoulder injury.
Tannehill has passed for 1,176 yards, and 10 touchdowns so far this season.
Frank Gore, a 14 year veteran running back, leads the Dolphins with 595 rushing yards.
Kenyan Drake has scored all four of Miami’s rushing touchdowns thus far.
Former Patriots receiver, Danny Amendola, has caught 48 passes, for 469 yards, and one touchdown.
Receivers Albert Wilson, and Kenny Stills, are tied for the Dolphins team lead with four touchdown receptions.
Former Bills linebacker, Kiko Alonso, leads Miami’s defense with 95 tackles.
Alonso, and safety, T.J. McDonald, lead the team with three interceptions.
Defensive end, Cameron Wake, has a team-high 4.5 sacks.