The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins game in Week 4 has the potential to be one of the highest scoring games of the season. Entering this game, the Dolphins are coming off a 70-point game against the Denver Broncos and rank first in the NFL in points scored.
The Buffalo Bills meanwhile have had back-to-back games with over 35 points and are the second highest scoring offense. While the defense has a tough task ahead of them, the pressure is probably on the Bills offense to keep pace with Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins offense.
Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey may not have the game plan many expect for this game and these are four bold predictions for Josh Allen and the Bills offense in Week 4.
Damien Harris has double digit carries
It would not be surprising to see the Buffalo Bills try to shorten the game by moving methodically down the field and extending drives. This keeps the Dolphins offense off the field and if the Bills can get out to an early lead, it could help them control the flow of the game.
The Bills have shown over the past two weeks they can do this and do it well. In Week 2 against the Raiders, the Bills had over 40 minutes in time of possession and almost 35 minutes against the Washington Commanders.
The coaching staff should try to accomplish something similar and lean on the run game. This could be a game where Damien Harris is more involved and for the first time this season has double digit carries as the Buffalo Bills try to grind out a win.