Miami coming off a tough loss to Houston came into their division match up with the Bills knowing they would need to get back up quick or the Bills would give them a second straight loss. Buffalo came out flying as the new look Bills moved the ball well with Cam Newton at the helm mixing in pistol runs with smart passing and even a pistol pass that caught Miami off guard to build a 10-0 lead at home. Miami would adjust somewhat on O as they were very stagnant to say the least but Ryan Tannehill who has struggled with int's this year would find Mike Wallace for a long TD and at least stall the mo the Bills had built. A late turnover in the half also would allow Miami to tack on a FG to tie the game at 10 going into the break. Miami would again throw a pick to start the second half but were able to hold Buffalo to a FG. No one is sure what the adjustment was at the half but Coach DJDunn6 for sure made one as the Bills running and pistol/option game was held in check most of the second half. Big play was with the Bills up 13-10 Miami containing an option and CJ Spiller getting smacked to the ground and fumbling on the way. This led to a Miami TD run by Ben Tate and the MO had swung Miami's way fish now up 17-13. On the following drive the Dolphins would pick Cam Newton and as LB Ellerbe raced for the endzone the air left the stadium as Miami had gone on a serious run making it now 24-13 after being down 10-0. The Dolphin D stayed sharp and forced another Bills turnover mid way into the 4th and Miami would answer again with a TD pass to Ryan Swope making the score 31-13 as the game got away from the Bills who had control for over a half. Ryan Tannehill really needs to cut down on turning the ball over as the Dolphin D can not bail him out every week. Miami was lucky Cam Newtown was off his game or a comeback would not have been possible. GG Mike that fumble on the option and int right after really sent you for a loop look forward to the next one. Miami D created 4 turnovers 2 sacks several pressures most of them from late in the second quarter on to rally on the road 31-13.