Fla. -- Quick highlights from the
Buffalo Bills' victory over the Miami Dolphins in Sun Life Stadium ...
What it means: The Bills are 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the AFC East. They avoided a three-game losing streak and won their first division road game in nine tries.
Welcome back: Dan Carpenter, cut by the Dolphins this year, kicked a 31-yard field goal with 33 seconds to play. He made a 39-yarder in the second quarter and a 20-yarder in the fourth quarter. His Dolphins replacement, Caleb Stugis, missed a 51-yard attempt in the second quarter.
Bills MVP: Mario Williams was quiet for much of the afternoon but notched a pair of crucial sacks in the fourth quarter. The Bills hadn't sacked Ryan Tannehill until there were
seven minutes left. Williams beat right tackle Tyson Clabo
for a pancake. Williams then caused the fumble that Kyle Williams
recovered with 2:48 to play.
Play of the game: Mario Williams' strip was pivotal to setting up the winning field goal. Special mention to cornerback Nickell Robey, who returned Tannehill's first pass attempt 19 yards for a touchdown 93 seconds into the game.
Player of the game: A free agent this past offseason, Brandon
Gibson wanted to play alongside his buddy, Stevie Johnson, with the Bills. The Bills never called.
Maybe they regretted not acting as they watched Gibson catch five passes for 40
yards and two touchdowns.
Dolphins play of the game: Gibson's first touchdown was highlight-reel quality. With time
running out in the first half and Miami on Buffalo's 13-yard line, Tannehill dumped it to Gibson at the 10. Gibson found some pace to the left
and, from about the 3-yard line, made a tumbling leap over defensive backs Da'Norris
Searcy and Aaron Williams for the touchdown with 21 seconds left.
Preliminary injury report: Robey injured his left shoulder
while covering a punt in the second quarter. He returned to the game. ...
Linebacker Manny Lawson left with a hamstring injury in the third quarter.
Coming up: The Bills visit the New Orleans Saints next
Sunday in the Superdome.