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Buffalo Bills Links, 11/2: Recapping the win over Miami

The good, the bad, and the ugly from Buffalo’s 26-11 squishing of the Fish.

The Buffalo Bills extended their recent run of dominance over the Miami Dolphins to seven games, thanks to Sunday’s 26-11 win at Highmark Stadium. Several Bills stood out as having outstanding performances in the win, led by wide receiver Cole Beasley, defensive tackle Ed Oliver, defensive end Jerry Hughes, and safety Jordan Poyer.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by recapping Buffalo’s fifth win on the season, including game recaps, report cards, observations, and more as the Bills extended their lead in the AFC East race to two games in the loss column.


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Recapping Buffalo’s win over the Dolphins

Josh Allen and the Bills continued their mastery of the Miami Dolphins, with Allen improving to 7-1 all-time in his career against the Dolphins. We discuss the keys to Buffalo’s offense breaking out of a first-half slump, explore the second-half adjustments Allen and the offense made, dissect how Allen eventually took advantage of Miami’s blitzes, and analyze the disruptive performance from defensive tackle Ed Oliver that earned him a game ball Sunday.

Reactions, report cards, observations

Beat writers covering the Bills across the country break down Buffalo’s 26-11 win over Miami. The reactions laud wide receiver Cole Beasley for rescuing the offense, and defensive tackle Ed Oliver, defensive end Jerry Hughes, and cornerback Levi Wallace for fueling the defense that stymied the Dolphins all game long. We then hand out report cards for the offense, defense, special teams, and coaching, and recap how the Bills bounced back from a slow start to improve to 5-2.

Latest on injury to guard Jon Feliciano

After suffering a calf strain in the win over the Dolphins, Buffalo Bills starting guard Jon Feliciano is listed as week-to-week according to head coach Sean McDermott.

Josh Allen a guest on ESPN’s ManningCast

During ESPN’s coverage of the Monday Night Football game between the New York Giants and the Kansas City Chiefs, Bills All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen stopped by to reminisce about a time he drank Peyton Manning out of Labatt Blue Light and reveal what it would take for him to go smash a folding table. We also learned that Peyton’s son, Marshall, is a huge Josh Allen fan.

Odds and ends

We discuss what potential moves the Bills might make leading up to Tuesday’s 4 p.m. Eastern trade deadline, examine the impact Josh Allen has made through his first 50 starts with the Bills, find out why Buffalo’s November schedule appears tougher than we first expected, hear why the man who called Sunday’s win over the Dolphins says the Bills are the team to beat in the AFC, and much more!