Miami Dolphins vs Buffalo Bills

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The Buffalo Bills are 6-3, but Sunday’s matchup against the Miami Dolphins is a must-win game.

Buffalo had a chance to move to 7-2 last week, but the team blew a fourth-quarter lead to the Cleveland Browns. Much like other matchups this season, Buffalo was able to move the ball throughout the game. Unfortunately for the Bills, moving the ball only led to 16 points in the loss. Following the disappointing outing, head coach Sean McDermott had a simple message for the offense: Play fearless.

“Coach sat us down today and said, ‘Play fearless,’” Bills quarterback Josh Allen said on Wednesday. “To have that green light and confidence from him still means a lot. Not saying I’m going to go out there and be reckless – those are two different terms for a reason. Just be very aware of what’s going on but not be gun shy about anything.”

Buffalo will need their offense to come alive against a suddenly hot Miami Dolphins team. The Dolphins enter Sunday’s game on a two-game win streak and will look to play spoiler on Sunday after losing their first matchup to the Bills 31-21.

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Miami Gardens, Fla. — On Wednesday, as his team began preparations for its Week 11 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott let some frustration out when asked about his fledgling offense that ranks 25th out of 32 teams with just 19.3 points per game this season.

“Move the ball, score points,” McDermott said while skipping the coach speak to deliver a simple message. “If we don’t do that, I’m frustrated. Simply put.”

The Bills are coming off a disappointing 19-16 defeat in Cleveland last week and it was a game that should have been won. Buffalo kicker Stephen Hauschka missed two field goals and the Bills offense just couldn’t manufacture enough points to get the job done.

The mood back in Orchard Park, N.Y. all week has been uneasy as the Bills look to steady the ship after two losses in three weeks. The truth is that Buffalo has played pretty well for most of the season. But because of a lack of execution and too many penalties the Bills now enter the tougher portion of the schedule needing to win the games against lesser teams.

Miami falls directly into that category.

Game against the AFC elite Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots, combined with road games at the Dallas Cowboys and the feisty Pittsburgh Steelers make the playoffs anything but a sure thing for a Bills team that started 6-2 for the first time since 1993.

One of the breakout stars of 2019 for the Bills has been running back Devin Singletary – when the team has given him the ball. He had 20 carries for 95 yards two weeks ago against Washington and the inexplicably received just eight carries against the Browns. He’s averaging 6.4 yards per carry on the year and faces the 30th-ranked Dolphins run defense this week. They’re giving up 146.1 yards per game on the ground.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been dynamite in three career starts against the Dolphins (2-1). He has seven passing touchdowns, 262 yards rushing and two more touchdowns on the ground. Allen placed the blame for last week’s loss on his shoulders.

“I know there’s a lot to work on. I know I’m nowhere near where I need to be, nowhere near where I want to be,” he said. “Where I want to be is higher than where I need to be. I hold myself to a very high standard and I’m going to continue to work hard and my goal is to get where I want to be.”

This is a great week for Allen and the Bills offense to get things moving in the right direction. Their season high in points came against Miami earlier this season (31).

Buffalo remains unbelievably healthy heading into Week 11. The only notable injury is defense end Jerry Hughes, who is dealing with a groin injury that flared up during practice on Thursday. He was held out on Friday and is questionable for the game.

One of the Bills’ best players has been defensive tackle Jordan Phillips and he returns to Miami this weekend where he played the first three seasons of his career before getting released and picked up by Buffalo in Year 4. Phillips leads the Bills with six sacks on the season.


Kickoff: 1 p.m. (ET), at Hard Rock Stadium
TV: CBS (Ch. 4 in Buffalo, Ch. 8 in Rochester, Ch. 5 in Syracuse)
RADIO: WGR 550 AM (Buffalo), WCMF 96.5 FM and WROC 950 AM (Rochester), WTKW 99.5 FM and WKTV 105.5 FM (Syracuse)
Line: Bills by 7 (Over/under at 40.5)


In a crazy turn of events the Dolphins (2-7) have negated their early-season tanking efforts and are starting to win some games. They’ve won two in a row and veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has the team believing they can compete each week.

The Dolphins are going to be without two key pieces that gave the Bills some problems in the first game between the teams. Wide receiver Preston Williams is out for the season with a knee injury and running back Mark Walton is serving a four-game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Williams had a game-high six receptions and a team-high 82 yards in the Oct. 20 showdown. Walton was the leading ball carrier on the day with 66 yards.

Fitzpatrick’s 282 yards passing in the first game the two teams played is his second highest total of the season.

On the defensive side of the ball Miami is banged up. Already without star cornerback Xavien Howard, who was shut down for the season two weeks ago with a knee injury, the Dolphins have four starters questionable for Sunday: defensive end Taco Charlton, safety Reshad Jones, linebacker Raekwon McMillan and defensive end Avery Moss. The forecast is looking extra sunny for the Bills offense.


Bills QB Josh Allen on mind set entering Week 11

“The job of the quarterback is to move the ball, put points on the board and protect the football. At the beginning of the year, I wasn’t doing a good enough job of protecting the football. I’ve made that very important to me and understanding what that football is and you know who it represents. There’re still some things to clean up as far as running the ball and not fumbling, but that’s what I’m very much trying to improve on. Coach (McDermott) sat us all down today and said, ‘Play fearless.’ To have that green light and that confidence from him still, that means a lot. Not saying I’m gonna go out there and be reckless, they’re two different terms for a reason. Just being very aware of what’s going on but not trying to be gun shy about anything.”

Dolphins coach Brian Flores on Bills CB Tre’Davious White

“I think he’s one of the best corners in the league. The thing I love about him is he’s tough, he’s physical, he tackles. Forget the production, those are the things for me that I think you need in a defensive player. When you get him at the corner position and you’ve got corners and secondary players who tackle and are tough, that goes a long way to making your team and your defense tough. He’s a really good cover player – off coverage, man coverage, tight coverage, working through bunches, stacks. They do a good job collectively as a DB group. It’s not just one guy. He works with that entire group from a communication standpoint, working through things. He’s a good player and they’ve got a lot of good players over there, so it’s going to be a tough test for us.”


It seems like we’ve been here three or four times this season. A Bills game where a lackluster opponent meant the Buffalo offense was set to explode. It hasn’t quite happened yet but if it’s going to, this is the week. Expect Allen to operate a bit looser in this game and try to make some plays with his arm and his legs. Fans want a 300-yard passing game from the second-year passer, but if he can do some damage on the ground it’ll be tough to get there. Expect a heavy dose of Singletary, too, and a big performance from the defense after allowing three touchdown drives against Fitzpatrick last time. Bills win big.

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The Miami Dolphins have suddenly transformed into juggernauts. Not really. However, the Dolphins have won two consecutive games and look to extend their winning streak when they take on the Buffalo Bills on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, CBS, DirecTV) in a Week 11 game.

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The Dolphins (2-7) were being accused of tanking during the seven-game losing streak to start the season. Then the Dolphins defeated the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills in back-to-back games behind the play of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick is on a hot streak, he has completed 71 percent of his passes with three touchdowns and one interception during the win streak. However, Fitzpatrick is streaky and he could produce an ugly performance at any time.

The Bills (6-3) have lost two of their last three games, including a 19-16 loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 10. The Bills’ fortunes are tied to inconsistent quarterback Josh Allen, who struggled against the Browns. Allen completed just 53.7 percent of his passes while failing to throw a touchdown pass against the Browns. Allen threw two touchdown passes during the Bills’ 31-21 win over the Dolphins during Week 7.


Here’s what you need to know to watch the Bills vs Dolphins:
Who: Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins
What: NFL regular season, Week 11
When: Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019
Time: 10 a.m. PT/4 p.m. ET
Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
TV: CBS, DirecTV

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Sunday, Nov 17, 2019 09:05 AM
Miami Dolphins (2-7) vs. Buffalo Bills (6-3)
DATE: Sunday, Nov. 17
TIME: 1:00 p.m. ET
SITE: Hard Rock Stadium; Miami Gardens, Fla.

WATCHING ONLINE: This season, fans will be able to watch games for FREE online with Yahoo! Sports through on mobile web and the Dolphins app as long as the user is within the CBS broadcast radius. Links to watch will be available at the start of the game on both platforms. The NFL app also offers free streams for viewers in the local market.


TV ANNOUNCERS: Spero Dedes, play-by-play; Adam Archuleta, color analyst


RADIO VOICES: English broadcast — Jimmy Cefalo, Bob Griese, Joe Rose, Kim Bokamper; Spanish broadcast — Roly Martin, Eduardo Martell

SERIES RECORD: Miami leads 61-49-1 (including playoffs)

AT MIAMI: Dolphins lead 35-20-1

AT BUFFALO: Bills lead 29-25

AT TORONTO, CANADA: Dolphins lead 1-0 Dolphins lead 1-0

LAST MEETING: 2019 at Buffalo; Bills 31, Dolphins 21

SERIES TREND: Buffalo has won four of the past five meetings, but the Dolphins are 6-4 in the teams’ last 10 meetings in Miami. That includes a 21-17 victory at Hard Rock Stadium last season.

HISTORY LESSON: This will mark the third time the Dolphins face the Bills on Nov. 17, and they were 2-0 in the first two games. The 1974 meeting was particularly noteworthy because it involved a battle for first place in the AFC East among two 7-2 teams and because Dolphins defensive end Bill Stanfill recorded five sacks in the 35-28 victory (it’s tied for the franchise record, even though sacks weren’t recognized as an official stat until 1982). Read more Dolphins-Bills Matchup Memories here.


LAST GAME: Lost 19-16 at Cleveland

OVERVIEW: Despite losing two of their past three games, the Bills will come to Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday in the thick of the AFC playoff race. In fact, thanks to their 5-1 start, the Bills currently find themselves holding the first wild-card spot in the conference. Buffalo is coming off a disappointing 19-16 loss against the Cleveland Browns as kicker Stephen Hauschka, who had missed a 34-yard field goal attempt late in the first half, was wide left on a 53-yard attempt at the end of regulation. Quarterback Josh Allen has continued to develop as a dual threat in his second season in the NFL. He leads the team in rushing touchdowns with six and has thrown 10 TD passes. The Buffalo running game also features a nice mixture of old and new, with ageless Frank Gore leading the team with 449 yards on the ground and rookie Devin Singletary from nearby Florida Atlantic University averaging a team-high 6.4 yards per rushing attempt. Another South Florida product, John Brown from Homestead High School, leads the Bills in receptions (47) and receiving yards (680). The defense has played a key role in Buffalo’s strong start in 2019, starting with cornerback Tre’Davious White, who had a key interception in Buffalo’s 31-21 victory against the Dolphins at New Era Field back on Oct. 20. Former Dolphins second-round pick Jordan Phillips leads Buffalo with six sacks, including three in a 14-7 victory against the Tennessee Titans in Week 5. Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, the son of former Dolphins tight end Ferrell Edmunds, was one of two Bills first-round picks in 2018 along with Allen and he leads a strong linebacker crops. Edmunds sacked Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield in the end zone for a safety last Sunday.

KEY NEW FACES: DT Ed Oliver (draft-1st round), T Cody Ford (draft-2nd), TE Dawson Knox (draft-3rd), RB Frank Gore (Miami), WR Cole Beasley (Dallas), WR John Brown (Baltimore), C Mitch Morse (Kansas City), G Quinton Spain (Tennessee), G Jon Feliciano (Oakland), DT Corey Liuget (L.A. Chargers), DT Vincent Taylor (Miami)

KEY VETERANS GONE: RB LeSean McCoy, TE Charles Clay, T Jordan Mills, G John Miller, C Russell Bodine, DT Kyle Williams, DT Harrison Phillips (IR)

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When: Sunday, Nov. 17
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
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Buffalo (6-3) still owns the first wild-card spot in the conference and is two games behind New England in the AFC East, but the Bills came up short in a 19-16 loss at Cleveland last Sunday for its second loss in three games.

There were flashes of brilliance on both sides of the ball. The defense turned away the Browns eight times from the 1-yard line in the first half and forced a turnover on downs. Josh Allen also threw for 266 yards, but there were not enough sustained stretches of solid play to pull out a victory. Stephen Hauschka missed a pair of field goals, including a potential game-tying 53-yarder with 17 seconds to play.

The Bills also look to be transitioning their running game from veteran Frank Gore to rookie Devin Singletary as their feature back. Singletary, the team’s third-round pick, had more carries than Gore for the second straight game, as he finished with eight rushes for 42 yards while Gore totaled just 12 yards on five carries.

Singletary has totaled 309 yards on 6.44 yards per carry, though he has had more than 10 rushes in just one contest. Teams are also starting to have more success against the Bills on the ground. Buffalo yielded 147 rushing yards in Sunday’s loss, the third straight game it has been gashed for 127 or more yards. Buffalo has given up an average of 140.6 yards on the ground in its last five games after holding opponents to 84.3 per contest in the first four.

With back-to-back wins after an 0-7 start, the Dolphins qualify as the hottest team in the AFC East. They followed up their maiden victory over the New York Jets with their first road win of 2019, holding off the Indianapolis Colts, 16-12, last Sunday.

Jason Sanders booted a pair of 48-yard field goals 2:14 apart in the final 5:45 for Miami, which intercepted quarterback Brian Hoyer three times and turned those takeaways into 13 points. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick accounted for the only Dolphins touchdown with an 11-yard scramble to paydirt in the second quarter and finished 21 of 33 for 169 yards and an interception through the air.

Kalen Ballage, who moved up the depth chart at running back following the trade of Kenyon Drake to Arizona and four-game suspension of Mark Walton for violating the league’s conduct policy, had season highs of 20 carries for 43 yards.

Miami carried a 14-9 lead into the fourth quarter of the first meeting between the teams in Buffalo in Week 7, before the Bills rallied for three fourth quarter touchdowns to record a 31-21 victory. Allen threw for 202 yards and a pair of scores, connecting with John Brown and Cole Beasley on the touchdowns. The Bills are seeking their second season sweep of the Dolphins in the last three years.