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Bills drop eighth straight division game in convincing fashion

If you spent your Sunday afternoon/early evening watching Buffalo Bills football and feel upset that three hours of your short amount of time on this Earth have been completely wasted, join the club.

Buffalo dropped a miserable, embarrassing 38-10 decision to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, their eighth consecutive loss to an AFC East foe.  Trent Edwards threw three interceptions - one of which was returned for a score by rookie corner Vontae Davis for the first touchdown of the day - and Buffalo's offensive line reached new levels of ineptitude, surrendering six sacks to a Miami defense playing without Joey Porter.

Chad Henne played like a seasoned pro in his first NFL start, though he was sacked six times by a Bills pass rush that might be considered the one bright spot in this game - if you're feeling up to such meaninglessness.  Henne's job was made infinitely easier by the fact that the Dolphins rushed for 250 yards at 5.6 yards per rush.  The Dolphins dominated time of possession, dominated offensively, dominated defensively - you get the picture.

In short, if you missed this game, consider yourself fortunate.  The Bills fall to 1-3 on the season, and even the fact that the 0-4 Cleveland Browns are their Week 5 opponent does little to distill the terrible taste in the collective mouths of Bills fans this evening.

As Kurupt might say, Dick Jauron's pelotas have no choice but to draw significantly closer to the band saw after that pathetic showing.