Ok, I am convinced that the Bills do not know how to take part in a blowout. All of their games have been close this season and they are the only team (besides the Broncos of course) to score over 20 points in all of their games this season; that’s good stuff. Thaddeus Lewis took his team down the field to kick the go-ahead field goal with less than a minute left in this game. Buffalo did get off to a quick 14-0 start; helped out by a couple of Ryan Tannehill picks (one being returned for a touchdown), and they did just enough to make that lead matter as the two point victory marks the fifth game that they have played in that has been decided by three points or less. It is tough to figure the Bills out too, they have played well in almost all of their games and really could be much better than 3-4 at this point. Now, the Dolphins find themselves struggling at 3-3 on the season (after jumping out to a 3-0 start). How good are these guys really? I can say that their only impressive win of the season has come against the Colts in Indy (Week 2). Their victory over the Falcons lacks some luster now that we know Atlanta is not the same team we have grown used to seeing. It is possible that Miami’s season is on the line next week in New England against the first place Patriots. Being in a 3-4 hole may be a bit too much for this young team to climb out of.