A win for the Buffalo Bills and they would be on their first five-game winning streak since 2004. A win by the Bills and it would add some reassurance to Rex Ryan‘s coaching job. A win by the Bills and they would be at least one game behind the New England Patriots for the AFC East division lead. It’s incredible how well the Bills are doing, but they haven’t faced any great opponent yet. The Miami Dolphins should be an easy opponent as well.

The Dolphins are coming off an upset win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in which Jay Ajayi rushed for a mammoth 200-yard game. Replicate that and Miami would be in business. It’s not going to be easy. Though the Bills allow just over 100 rushing yards per game, they’ve forced seven fumbles this year — the most in the league. Should the Dolphins go back to the rushing attack, Ajayi will have to be extremely careful of Bills defenders trying to poke the ball away.

How To Watch

  • What: Buffalo Bills (4-2) vs. Miami Dolphins (2-4)
  • When: Sunday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile app
  • Sunday Ticket: DirecTV
  • Online: NFL Game Pass (at midnight)
  • Odds: Bills (-3), O/U (45)

Injury Report

  • OT Seantrel Henderson (back) — Out
  • WR Robert Woods (foot) — Doubtful
  • DT Marcell Dareus (hamstring) — Doubtful
  • DT Kyle Williams (neck) — Questionable
  • CB Kevon Seymour (shoulder) — Questionable
  • OT Cordy Glenn (ankle) — Questionable
  • FB Jerome Felton (back) — Questionable
  • TE Charles Clay (ankle) — Questionable
  • TE Dion Sims (concussion) — Out
  • TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) — Out
  • LB Zach Vigil (back) — Out
  • CB Chris Culliver (knee) — Out
  • LB Spencer Paysinger (hamstring/calf) — Questionable
  • CB Tony Lippett (hamstring) — Questionable
  • LB Jelani Jenkins (groin) — Questionable
  • RB Arian Foster (hamstring) — Questionable


In some power rankings, the Bills are really high. They need to earn that ranking. A win here does that. Bills 17, Dolphins 14.


Posted by Ryan Gaydos

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the LA Sports Pulse. When I'm not doing that or asleep, I am running FoxNews.com's homepage. Follow me on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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