5 takeaways from Buffalo Bills 48-20 victory vs Miami Dolphins in Week 4

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1.) Josh Allen continues his domination of the Dolphins

In 12 career games (regular season and playoffs) against the Dolphins, Allen is now 10-2 against Miami, including the playoffs, and continues his 12 game streak of 2+ touchdown passes against them. He would finish the day going 21/25 for 320 yards and 4 touchdowns.

He was on point for the Bills’ offense and proved that the Bills are still the team to beat in the AFC East. This is Allen’s fourth game where he has passed for over 300 yards and two touchdowns against Miami, as well as his first time completing over 80% of his throws. 

In the last two regular season meetings between Buffalo and Miami, Allen has 8 touchdowns, 624 passing yards and 0 interceptions. Sure, on paper when you look at both of these teams, this is a rivalry. However, the stats don’t lie and it shows that Buffalo owns Miami. 

Allen has his team sitting at the top of the AFC East with three consecutive wins and they head across the pond to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in London.