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W12: Bills Secondary Too Much For Fins

Discussion in 'Game Summaries & Team News' started by TEClemson53, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. TEClemson53

    TEClemson53 Walk On

    Aug 1, 2010
    Obvious Lee , I'm late getting this posted but here goes nothin'....

    The game kicked off in a rainy mess, typical Florida weather, and Miami wasted no time eliminating a whopping 8:00 minutes off the clock. Miami kept Buffalo's defense on their toes the entire drive but seemed to hit a brick wall once they got inside the redzone and ended up kicking an early field goal. Buffalo's offense, just like most of the season, was putrid to start the game and quickly punted. On Miami's second possession, QB Kyler Barnes started to unravel. Barnes tossed a critical interception to CB Khalil Lattimore just outside of the redzone and killed any opportunity Miami had for more points. The Bills nickel & dime'd their way down the field on the next drive that went to the inch line but Buffalo opted to kick a field goal and tie the game at 3-3. All the excitement in this game (sarcasm) brought us to the 2:00 minute warning when Barnes made another crucial mistake just past his own 30 yard line, again it was Khalil Lattimore intercepting the Barnes passed. After QB Drew Hale hooked up with Sammy Watkins down to the 1 yard line, Ka'Deem Carey bounced in for the score to give Buffalo a 10-3 lead. The Dolphins weren't settling for halftime at this point either, Barnes connected on some beautiful passes and quickly got into Buffalo territory and past the 30 yard line, then Barnes happened.... Barnes tossed his 3rd interception of the opening half, this time to SS Duke Williams who returned the pick just past the Miami 35 yard line and Buffalo added another 3 points to lead 13-3 at half time.

    The 2nd half was wasn't very exciting either. Buffalo opened the 3rd quarter and marched right down the field before two straight sacks forced them out of field goal range. The remainder of the 3rd quarter was full of punter highlights. Miami played around in Buffalo territory for what seemed like the entire 4th quarter but a 4th and final interception from Barnes ended a promising drive just past the Buffalo 25 yard line. Once Barnes was benched, back up QB Connor Galvin came in looked about the same. Galvin tossed two more interceptions in the final 4:00 minutes and Buffalo escapes a sloppy one down in Miami, 13-3 final score.

    *Note: My secondary has 10 interceptions in the last two games (week 12 & 13) and my inept offensive stick skills has only been able to capitalize a whopping 23 points off all those possessions. (FML)

    QB Drew Hale: 10/20, 145 Yards
    RB Ka'Deem Carey: 16 Att, 71 Yds, TD
    TE Orson Charles: 5 Rec, 52 Yds
    Whole Defense: 6 Interceptions, 3 Sacks

    QB Kyler Barnes: 9/17, 115 Yds, 4 Int
    RB Marshawn Lynch: 7 Att, 29 Yds
    WR Dontavius McClure: 4 Rec, 44 Yds
    LOLB Telvin Smith: 4 Tkls, Sack
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