Miami Dolphins defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah (91) catches Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022, at Miami Gardens, in Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
The Buffalo Bills need a flawless performance against the Miami Dolphins to make up for entering the game missing six starting defensive ends.
They don't have any. Buffalo outgained Miami from 497 yards to 212 yards. Their offense was on the court for 40 minutes and 40 seconds while Miami only had the ball for 19 minutes and 20 seconds.
Although the team's effort despite their small numbers was good, they will feel they have only themselves to blame for the loss when they come back to study.
Amazingly, not the plant eventually lost the team. Despite his arrival and six houses, who began with this beginning and where Pro Bowl trails "of white side, defending the hand.
Their secondary started three career starts and, when Benford was injured, he was forced to play Ja'Marcus Ingram, a rookie free agent who was drafted by the league.
Despite that, the team still held Tua Tagovailoa to 186 yards and a touchdown. Part of that has to do with Miami's impressive game plan,
which includes playing 17 rushing games and just 18 passing games despite Buffalo's lack of experience in the secondary. Still, the defenders should be commended for their efforts.
Unfortunately, the offense was unable to make the plays they needed to help the team cross the finish line. As on the side of the ball, the injury has changed the mistakes that irritate and can go to this game.