Top Things We Learned from Bills vs Dolphins Wild Card Game
Top Things We Learned from Bills vs. Dolphins Wild Card Game The Buffalo Bills beat the Miami Dolphins 34-31 in the AFC Wild Card round. -Josh Allen, the Bills’ star QB, had a mixed performance with moments of excellence and mistakes. -He threw three interceptions in this game, two of which were from deep throws that were off-target.
-Despite this, Allen set a Bills career record with four playoff 300-yard passing performances, breaking the tie with Jim Kelly (3).
-The Bills defense played well and limited Miami to 3.3 yards per play, 231 total yards, 4 for 16 on third down conversions, and forced two turnovers.
-They also held Miami’s top two WRs, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, under 70 yards receiving. -The defense had to play in unfavorable positions throughout the game due to Allen’s turnovers. he Bills’ defense had a strong performance, limiting the explosive plays of the Miami Dolphins and sparking a turnaround with two interceptions.
-The defense limited the Dolphins to 3.3 yards per play, 231 total yards, and a 25% conversion rate on third downs.
-They also recorded four sacks, with two from LB Matt Milano, one from DE Boogie Basham, and one from DE Ed Oliver.
-CB Kaiir Elam and S Dean Marlowe intercepted Dolphins QB Skylar Thompson, who started in place of Tua Tagovailoa (concussion). -Despite the defense’s strong performance, they were put in unfavorable positions throughout the game due to Allen’s turnovers, which almost proved catastrophic for the team.