Tyrod Taylor was the star of the show against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
His best pass of the day helped break open the Buffalo Bills' 24-16 victory over the Dolphins.
Late in the second quarter, Taylor hit tight end Charles Clay for a 25-yard gain to the Buffalo 49. Pretty. Taylor dropped a floater perfectly over the shoulder of Clay, who ran a corner route – up and out to the right sideline – against man coverage from safety T.J. McDonald.
Credit the Bills' offensive line with excellent pass protection. Miami blitzed a fifth rusher but Taylor had time to step up and make the play. Tackle Jordan Mills locked up Cameron Wake.
Taylor scored seven plays later on a 9-yard run to give the Bills a 21-6 halftime lead.