Buffalo Bills: 3 sensational stats that defined the Week 2 win

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Stat #3: No fourth down conversions allowed

The final stat from the Buffalo Bills win over the Dolphins is the zero fourth down conversions allowed. The Dolphins attempted four fourth down attempts and failed to convert any of them.

This number is even more remarkable when considering how many yards the Dolphins needed to pick up the first down. On three of their fourth down attempts, the Dolphins only needed two yards with the other fourth down attempt needing three yards.

This highlights just how dominant the Bills defensive line was in the trenches in this game. The defense got back Star Lotulelei, which certainly helped, but they got production from every defensive lineman in that game.

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There was plenty of impressive stats from this game against the Miami Dolphins that highlights the Buffalo Bills performance but these are three that stood out.