This Sunday matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins could be the most watched game this weekend, or at least in the 1 pm window. Since the Josh Allen era started in Buffalo, the Bills have had the Dolphins’ number going 8-2 against them in the regular season with a combined score of 326-194, with the Bills averaging 32.6 points and the Dolphins averaging 19.4 points.
Long story short, the Bills under Allen have dominated the Dolphins. They are also 1-0 against Miami in the playoffs. Will the dominance continue for Buffalo or will Miami make yet another statement win this season in Orchard Park? The Dolphins are currently averaging 43 points per game while allowing 23 points per game. On the other hand, Buffalo is averaging 30 points through three weeks and is only allowing 11 points per game.
The Bills come into this game ranked as the second best offense and the second best defense, while the Dolphins are the number one offense, but the 21st ranked defense. With the way the Dolphins’ offense has been performing through three weeks, the defense doesn’t need to be a great unit…that is until the offense can’t score like they have been.
In a highly anticipated matchup for the lead in the AFC East, all eyes are on how the Bills’ defense can stop the Dolphins' powerful offense. However, the true key factor to keep an eye on is how the 21st ranked Miami defense can stop this Josh Allen-led offense.