Buffalo Looks To End The Season On A High Note

ORCHARD PARK – In a season which has had a quarterback merry-go-round and heavy struggles on offense, the 5-10 Buffalo Bills will be hosting the 7-8 Miami Dolphins to close out the 2018 season.

Buffalo hit double-digit losses in a season for the first time since 2013 after their loss against New England last Sunday, 24-12.

The Bills offense is led by rookie quarterback, Josh Allen. Allen has thrown for 1,850 yards and seven touchdowns. Allen, however, has also thrown 11 interceptions.

Allen also remains the team’s leading rusher with 536 yards and a team-leading six touchdowns.

Zay Jones leads Buffalo in all three receiving categories with 50 receptions for 559 yards and five touchdowns.

Robert Foster has helped out Buffalo’s passing game with 520 yards on just 23 receptions (22.6 yards a catch), along with two touchdowns.

Rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds leads the Bills defense with 109 tackles.

Jordan Poyer is second on the team with 91 tackles. Poyer also has a pair of QB sacks, and a team-high four interceptions.

Miami has also struggled down the stretch this season. After starting 4-2, the Dolphins have lost six of their last nine.

The Dolphins are led by Ryan Tannehill. In his first season back since suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), Tannehill has passed for 1,832 yards and 17 touchdowns in 10 starts.

Frank Gore leads Miami with 722 rushing yards. Gore, however, will be inactive for the season finale due to a foot sprain.

Ex-Pats receiver, Danny Amendola, leads the Dolphins receiving corps with 55 receptions for 549 yards.

Kenny Stills leads Miami with six touchdown receptions.

Ex-Bill linebacker, Kiko Alonso, leads the Dolphins defense with 120 tackles.

Robert Quinn has a team-high 6.5 sacks.

Xavien Howard leads the AFC, and is tied for the NFL lead with Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller, with seven interceptions. Howard intercepted two of those seven the first time Miami played Buffalo this season.

Kickoff will be at 1 p.m. on CBS.