The Buffalo Bills' wide receivers spoke about the need to continue building chemistry with quarterback Tyrod Taylor leading up to the Week Three game against the Miami Dolphins.
Through three quarters at Sun Life Stadium, that chemistry has definitely been there between Taylor and Percy Harvin.
Harvin had seven catches for 66 yards by the end of the third quarter, including three receptions in third quarter that came on third-down plays and resulted in first downs for the Bills' offense. He also got a carry on the Bills' first play of the second half that went for a 7-yard gain.
Second guess: Bills coach Rex Ryan called for a 54-yard field-goal attempt in the third quarter that Dan Carpenter missed wide left. The Bills led 27-0 at the time, so pinning the Dolphins deep would have made more sense. Miami scored its only touchdown of the game with the short field.
Helping them out: The Dolphins certainly didn't make it any easier on themselves in the third quarter. First, safety Walt Aikens took a running-into-the-kicker penalty when he bumped into Bills punter Colton Schmidt on a fourth-and-2 play, resulting in a Buffalo first down. Later in the drive, Miami defensive end Derrick Shelby was whistled for illegal use of hands, also on a third-down play that resulted in a Buffalo first down.