Buffalo began a new era under head coach Chan Gailey with an important division test against the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium Sunday. And though the defense came to play holding Miami off the scoreboard for the entire third quarter to keep it a one score deficit (10-3), Buffalos offense could not find enough rhythm in time as they fell to Miami 15-10.
The Bills offense had trouble stringing positive plays together. At halftime Buffalo had just 57 yards of total offense as they went three-and-out on three of their five first half possessions. Miamis defensive front was getting consistent penetration at the line of scrimmage, which helped to keep Buffalos plays from developing.
One down... ...15 to go !
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