Buffalo Bills: 3 takeaways from Week 2 win over the Miami Dolphins
These are the top three takeaways from the Buffalo Bills 31-28 win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 2.
Through a TV blackout and a lighting delay, the Josh Allen-led Buffalo Bills offense shined in a 31-28 victory against the Miami Dolphins.
The Bills started the game out hot just like that did against the New York Jets with Allen connecting with Reggie Gilliam early to give the Bills the lead. After jostling with the Dolphins for the lead midway through the third quarter, Allen and the Bills turned it on late. Scoring 14 fourth-quarter points on two touchdown passes by Josh Allen, Buffalo was able to seal the victory and continue trending upwards.
With the Bills improving to 2-0 on the season and in the division, the hype and momentum gained in the offseason have seemed to make its way onto the field. Coming off back-to-back impressive performances of the team, the offense has started to take shape.
This season, in comparison to last, Brian Daboll’s offense has been altered to accommodate the deep threat that Stefon Diggs brings to the table which was in full display with over 500 total offensive yards on the day. His addition to the team has allowed Josh Allen to unleash his signature arm strength and if today was any preview of what the rest of the season has in store, the Bills are going to be in great shape.
Though there was a lot of good done today in Miami, there are some areas that stood out. These are the three key takeaways of Week 2 in Miami.