The Bills came out of Saturday's 17-13 victory over the New York Giants with only one serious injury other than the one that will keep quarterback Jim Kelly out of the last two regular-season games.
That's the sprained right knee offensive tackle Will Wolford suffered on the same play Kelly was injured.
The Bills probably will list Wolford as questionable for the Miami game but hope he will be able to play.
Also linebacker Shane Conlan (concussion) and wide receiver Andre Reed (bruised hand) are both expected to play against the Dolphins.
"There's nothing fancy about what we did," Levy said of the victory over the Giants. "Our players all played hard."
The Bills have posted three straight victories over an NFC opponent for the first time since 1973-74, when they defeated Atlanta (1973), Green Bay (1974) and Chicago (1974). Over the years, Buffalo is 27-39-1 against the NFC. With a 3-0 interconference mark, the Bills are guaranteed their first winning record against the other conference since they went 3-1 against New Orleans, Atlanta, the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco in 1980.
Safety Mark Kelso was active for the Giants game but did not play.
Before Saturday's game, George Young, the Giants' general manager, was presented the Pro Football Writers Association's Jack Horrigan "Good Guy" Award. The award is presented in memory of the former Buffalo News pro football writer and Bills public relations director who died in 1973.