On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, host John Boccacino and co-host Jamie D’Amico dissect the Buffalo Bills’ 31-21 win over the Miami Dolphins as the Bills improved to 5-1 for the first time since the 2008 season, and just the 11th time in franchise history.
Led by a career game from cornerback Tre’Davious White—who came away with a clutch interception that kept the Bills from falling behind 21-9 and later forced a fumble that led to the Bills scoring the go-ahead touchdown—Buffalo avoided disaster and held on against the winless Dolphins (0-6).
Among the key takeaways discussed on the podcast:
- Quarterback Josh Allen played the role of game manager well, not forcing any bad throws while accounting for three total touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) in finishing his day 16 of 26 passing for 202 yards;
- John Brown continued to impress as a potent receiver;
- The offensive line committed too many penalties;
- Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick channeled his FitzMagic for much of the day, until he turned into FitzTragic;
- This Bills defense sorely missed LB Matt Milano;
- The lack of a pass rush was once again concerning;
- Somehow despite playing down to their competition the Bills found a way to win, which is the trademark of a good team.
Check out the latest episode of Billieve to find out our podcasters’ thoughts on these topics and more, then leave your thoughts in the comments section.
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