Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins – NFL Week 3 Game Preview

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The Buffalo Bills are set to travel to Hard Rock Stadium to face off against the Miami Dolphins. Both AFC East teams are coming into week three red hot. Miami is coming off of a game against the Baltimore Ravens in which they put together an enormous comeback and they had a historic game offensively. Buffalo had another dominant victory in week two. They played the Tennessee Titans by a final score of 41-7. The Bills allowed a touchdown on the opening drive and were not scored on against for the rest of the game. This should be a great game with the Dolphins coming into the game with arguably the best offense and the Bills coming into the game with one of the best defenses. While the Bills are a much more well-rounded team, Miami could turn this game into a track meet. 

Miami Dolphins Hope to Continue Historic Offensive Week Against One of the Top Defenses In the NFL

Last week, the Dolphins defeated the Baltimore Ravens by a final score of 42-38. Their quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, finished the game throwing for 469 yards, 6 touchdowns, and two interceptions. This was a historic day for him and a glimpse of what this Dolphins offense can look like when they are clicking on all cylinders. If Tua can continue playing around this level and having games like this, he will establish himself as the franchise quarterback for the Dolphins. They will have a very tall task in front of them in the Bills’ defense. 

Buffalo has dominated every offense they have played against this season. Even if the Dolphins are playing at their best, it is hard to tell if they would be able to outscore the Bills. 

Buffalo Bills Look to Continue Run of Dominance

The Buffalo Bills look poised for a Super Bowl run this season. As long as their team can remain healthy and play at this level through the remainder of the year, there is no reason as to why they could not end up winning it all. In week one, they dominated the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. They followed that up in week two by killing the Tennessee Titans 41-7. The Titans’ game got so out of hand that the second-string players spent most of the second half on the field. 

Offensively, Josh Allen is looking like an MVP candidate and is playing some of the best football of his career. His connection with Stephon Diggs is still there and defenses have been lost trying to stop the duo through the first two weeks. On defense, the Bills are just as talented as they are on offense. They have one of the best secondaries in the league. On top of this, Von Miller has already made a big impact on the defense and proven himself as a worthwhile signing. 

The way that the Bills are playing, it does not look like any team can compete with them. However, if they do not show up to play, the Dolphins could catch them early on in the game.