The Buffalo Bills defense had back-to-back impressive performances against the Las Vegas Raiders and Washington Commanders. They had allowed only 10 points combined and didn't allow a touchdown since the Raiders' opening drive in Week 2.
However, this week they had the tough task of slowing down an offense that had just scored 70 points the week prior. The Dolphins led the league in points scored per game and has a ton of speed with players like Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, Raheem Mostert and De'Von Achane
While the Bills did end up allowing the Dolphins to score 20 points and gave up nearly 400 total yards, it was another really great game from this group. A majority of those yards and points came on the first few drives before the defense was able to shut down this offense and allowed only six points in the second half.