2.) Dion Dawkins
The offensive line for the Buffalo Bills has vastly improved from their Week 1 outing where they gave up five sacks and nine quarterback hits against the Jets. Part of their reasons for why they are playing exceptional upfront is because of Dion Dawkins.
Heading into Week 2 against the Commanders’ tough front four, Dawkins was ranked in the top ten amongst offensive tackles in the league. The Bills did not give up a sack against the Commanders.
Heading into this Week 4 matchup, one of the keys for the Bills to have success is to keep the Dolphins’ offense off the field. By doing so, they will need to protect Allen in the pocket and get the run-attack going.
Dawkins is protecting Allen’s blindside so he will have the task of potentially facing Bradley Chubb or Jaelan Phillips who could return from injury this week. If this offensive line continues to play the way they have the last two weeks, the Bills should be able to control the clock and not allow many opportunities for the Miami offense.