Bills 19, Dolphins 7 At Halftime: Second Half Live Chat

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

The Buffalo Bills are probably wondering why they aren't up more on the Miami Dolphins right now. Discuss the second half here.

The Buffalo Bills got on the scoreboard just a minute and a half into the game when Leodis McKelvin returned a Miami Dolphins punt 79 yards for a touchdown. Since then, Buffalo has had their chances on offense but keep coming up short in the red zone, kicking four field goals to lead Miami 19 to 7 at the half.

C.J. Spiller has been lighting up the Dolphins defense when Chan Gailey has left him in the game. He has 97 yards on 12 rushes and 2 receptions. Gailey is inexplicably taking Spiller out of the game inside the red zone, though, and the Bills are being shut down.

The defense is having a solid game with Jairus Byrd recovering a fumble forced by rookie cornerback Stephon Gilmore and Mario Williams notching a sack of Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.Buffalo's defense has allowed just 50 yards of total offense.

Miami's lone score came on a kickoff return touchdown where Nigel Bradham lost his lane, allowing the Dolphins returner a clear look at beating Rian Lindell for the touchdown.

This is your thread to get you through the second half as the Bills hopefully begin putting some nails in the coffin. They'll receive the ball to start the third quarter.

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