Buffalo Bills: Top questions entering Week 2 matchup with Miami Dolphins

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ORCHARD PARK, NY – SEPTEMBER 13: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills looks to throw a pass against the New York Jets at Bills Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Orchard Park, New York. Bills beat the Jets 27 to 17. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

These are the top questions for the Buffalo Bills entering Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins.

The Buffalo Bills were able to get the 2020 season kicked off on the right foot with a 27-17 victory over the New York Jets. They now will travel south to face another divisional opponent, the Miami Dolphins, and try to move to 2-0 for the second consecutive year.

The Dolphins were busy this offseason upgrading both their offense and defense and are coming off a 22-11 loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. This is a team that has enough talent to compete for the AFC East title and it is just a matter of when it all comes together.

These are some of the top storylines for the Buffalo Bills entering Week 2.

Can Josh Allen continue his strong play against the Miami Dolphins?

It was a great game for Josh Allen in Week 1 as he went 33 of 46 for 312 passing yards, two passing touchdowns. He also added 57 rushing yards and one touchdown. He will now be facing a Miami Dolphins franchise that he has great success against early in his career.

In four games against the Dolphins, Josh Allen is currently 3-1, he has completed over 60% of his passes while averaging 228 passing yards, nearly 80 rushing yards with 13 total touchdowns and five interceptions.

While Josh Allen has done well against the Miami Dolphins, this is undoubtedly the most talented defense he will face in the four games against this franchise. In the offseason, they added players like Kyle Van Noy, Byron Jones, and Shaq Lawson to Xavien Howard and Jerome Baker.

This will be a good test for Josh Allen to show that the performance in Week 1 wasn’t just because he was facing a below-average defense.

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