Buffalo Bills: 7 quick thoughts from the 26-11 victory over the Dolphins

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These are some quick thoughts from the Buffalo Bills win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 8

It wasn’t necessarily pretty but the Buffalo Bills did exactly what they needed to do to secure the win in Week 8. It was a slow start for the Buffalo Bills and at halftime the score was tied at three as the offense really wasn’t able to get into a rhythm.

In the second half, the offense came alive with 23 points after touchdowns by Gabriel Davis and Stefon Diggs and a 53-yard field goal late in the fourth by Tyler Bass. A late rushing touchdown by Josh Allen essentially secured the win and gave the Bills a 15 point lead.

These are some quick thoughts for the Buffalo Bills in their 26-11 win over the Miami Dolphins.

Cody Ford has fallen down the depth chart- The Buffalo Bills were going to have to shuffle their offensive line with Spencer Brown inactive this week due to a back injury. The Bills decided to move Daryl Williams back to right tackle but instead of just replacing Williams at right guard, the team moved Jon Feliciano from left guard to right guard.

The thought was that Cody Ford, who was a starter earlier in the season, might get another opportunity. However, the coaching staff instead elected to go with Ike Boettger, who played well at left guard last season.

The fact that Boettger got the start and not Ford is an indication that the former second-round pick has really fallen down the depth chart and been surpassed by Boettger.

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