The Buffalo Bills are preparing for a divisional-rival showdown on Sunday in Miami.
The Dolphins are coming off an impressive victory over the Ravens last week.
Tua Tagovailoa has his fair share of critics, but he’s currently leading the NFL in passing yards. It’s important to note that Josh Allen isn’t too far behind.
Tua will look to have yet another explosive performance against a depleted Bills defense.
However, the Bills are red-hot after their own impressive showing over the Titans.
Bills’ unprecedented success early on
Buffalo has a top-five offense and defense leading up to the matchup. Read that again Bills fans, this Buffalo team is bordering on historic.
In fact, even with the injury concerns leading up to the matchup, the Bills didn’t skip a beat.
Sunday’s matchup has all the makings for a historic showdown between two AFC East powerhouses.
The Dolphins will look to bounce back after taking several brutal losses to the Bills over the past few seasons.
#TWBTBT On Sept 19th, 2021, the Bills faced the Dolphins, Week 2 in Miami. The Bills beat the Dolphins 35-0 in a SHUT OUT victory.— The Wandering Buffalo (@TheWanderingBuf) September 22, 2022
Allen went 17/33 for 179 yrds, 2 TD, and 1 INT
Singletary ran for 82 yrds and 1 TD
The Bills DEF had 6 sacks and 9 TFL#GoBills | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/bq8i2jnw35
If history is any indication, the Dolphins are in for a very difficult matchup.
Furthermore, one very wild statistic spells trouble for the up-and-coming Dolphins.
This Dolphins stat is INSANE!— Barstool Sportsbook (@BSSportsbook) September 22, 2022
Since the start of 2021, when the Dolphins play against a QB with an “O” in their last name, they win.
When the opposing QB doesn’t have an “O” in their last name, they lose.
They play Josh Allen this Sunday pic.twitter.com/H4LFc9FWT3
The Dolphins will look to finally punch back against a Bills team that has dominated over the past few seasons.
For Dolphins fans, it’s just a shame that Josh doesn’t have an “O” in his last name.
The Josh Allen show
Josh Allen, specifically, has put on a clinic against the division rivals.
The franchise quarterback has an unbelievable stat line, something that is eerily reminiscent of another quarterback dominating the division for years.
We aren’t giving more credit to Brady, we just can’t do it.
Injuries are piling up
It appears each week a new name makes its way to the injury report. This week was no different as the Bills make their final preparations.
Specifically, key injuries to the Bills’ secondary are a major concern leading up to the matchup.
Thursday injury report pic.twitter.com/JH13OOw1FY— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) September 22, 2022
The Dolphins have an explosive wide receiver corps led by Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, the team will need to look to some of the more under-experienced players to step up.
Plenty of familiar faces atop the leaderboard. 📈 pic.twitter.com/FWOIHicMmd— NFL (@NFL) September 21, 2022
This Bills team will need to be ready for a shootout, especially if key pieces of their defense are unavailable.
It appears that nothing can slow down this Bills team.
Their offense and defense are firing on all cylinders and the expectations are at an all-time high.
Miami is going to be the first real test for Buffalo, especially considering all the injuries for the team.
With Josh Allen at quarterback, no opponent makes me nervous. Allen has shown time and time again that he’s up for the challenge.
Last week, without Gabe Davis, look what Allen and company were able to accomplish.
This is, without a doubt, the best Bills team I have ever seen. Give me all the tough matchups so there are no excuses.
Bills win, Josh Allen shines, Bills Mafia unveils all their receipts against a Dolphins fanbase who have been calling out the Bills since before week one.
Bills by a billion. (or maybe a touchdown).
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