1) The Buffalo Bills have Josh Allen
This might be the most obvious reason, but the Buffalo Bills have Josh Allen under center, leading their team. Despite being under what seems like non-stop criticism, Allen is one of the best in the league. No matter how much the national media might thrash the big-armed gunslinger, or people refusing to admit it; both statistically and on film, Allen is a top-four quarterback in the NFL.
Besides transcending into a star player, Allen has been a certified Dolphin killer since he entered the league in 2018. In 10 regular season games against the Dolphins, Allen has posted a record of 8-2, which included seven straight wins until last September. In those games, Allen has diced the Dolphins up for 2,684 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, a 106.1 passer rating, and only five interceptions. Three of those interceptions came in two games in his rookie year.
Allen has also tacked on an additional 554 yards in rushing and two rushing touchdowns. So, In his career against Miami, Allen has averaged 268.4 passing yards, 2.7 passing touchdowns, a 63.8% completion percentage, and 55.4 rushing yards on 8.4 yards per carry.
Allen has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week four times in his ten career games against the Dolphins. Those awards are thanks in large part to Allen having two 400-yard passing games, three games with three touchdown passes, and two games with four touchdown passes. In the five games against the Dolphins with Tua as their quarterback, Allen is 4-1, with 1,356 passing yards and 13 passing touchdowns. He looks to continue his stretch of incredible play against them.