Through the first half of the game, neither offense scored a touchdown. Both touchdowns came from special teams play. The dolphins had yet to run a play on offense on the Bills side of the field. Give credit to the defense for only allowing 2 first downs through the first half of the game, and the first one came on an encroachment penalty on Merriman. The defense had looked like a playoff caliber defense, I k ow that the dolphins are not a playoff caliber team but they were able to shut down Reggie Bush. They have been doing this with only rushing the front four, which is how Dave Wannstedt wants to run the defense. I am not a fan of only rushing four but if they are able to get pressure the back seven can respond to the rushing game and help with the tackling then, by all means, go for it. The Bills offense seemed to struggle without the services of Fred Jackson to help relieve Spiller, because Choice is just not at the caliber that either Jackson or Spiller are at and there is a definite notice of change in offense play calling and execution. The Buffalo Nickel award is going to McKelvin, for the Bills first Touchdown. To the defense for showing up in the first half, and Jarius Byrd and Bryan Scott helping the defense finish and hold the Dolphins off twice while driving to take the lead. To Lindell for being 4/4 My wide right award is going to the coaching staff for calling the wildcat formation, and to Tashard Choice, for his noticeable lack of playing ability.
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