Buffalo Bills: 5 impressive stats in Week 4 victory over Miami Dolphins

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4.) Josh Allen threw for 300+ passing yards for the fifth time in career games vs. Miami

Remember how when Tom Brady was with the New England Patriots and it was almost a guarantee that he would beat the Bills down in each meeting? It seems like the Dolphins have found their next Tom Brady opponent in Josh Allen.

In both the regular season and playoffs, Allen has played Miami 12 times and has posted a 10-2 record on them. In addition, he has helped put up 30+ points in six of those games, 2 games of 40+ points and one game of 50+ points. 

Part of the reason why Allen has had success against Miami is because of his passing attack against them. On Sunday, Allen threw for 320 yards and four touchdowns, making it his fifth career game against the Dolphins where he has thrown for over 300 yards. Unless two teams get into a barnburner match, the quarterback who puts up the big numbers usually leads their team to victory.

5.) Josh Allen finishes with a 158.3 passer rating for first time in his career

Continuing with his dominance of the Dolphins, Allen posted a stat that he had never reached before and that was a perfect passer rating of 158.3.

His next closest passer rating was in January of 2022 in the Wild Card round against the New England Patriots where the Bills blew out the Patriots 47-17 and Allen posted a 157.6 passer rating. It is kind of ironic that Allen would post this stat against a team that he already dominates in his career. 

Allen finished this dominant win over Miami going 21/25 for 320 yards and 5 total touchdowns (4 passing).