The Buffalo Bills not only get above .500 through the first three weeks of the season, but they also earned their first road win of the season against the Washington Commanders. A 37-3 beatdown was delivered to the Commanders and the Bills are steamrolling the last two weeks.
They now turn their attention to their divisional rival in the Miami Dolphins. On a rainy afternoon in Maryland, the Bills did allow the Commanders any room to get momentum going and kept them scoreless until there were 46 seconds left in the fourth quarter when they were able to get a field goal in.
The offense played good throughout the game, but the defensive played beyond great and pressured Sam Howell all game long, especially in the fourth quarter. With this dominating performance, the Bills have scored 30-plus points in back-to-back games and have not let their opponent in the endzone since the first quarter in Week 2 against the Las Vegas Raiders.