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Mark Gaughan's Big Play: Tyrod's dime got Bills rolling

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.

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