McKinnie says Bills knew Dolphins' snap count

Bills' pass rushers dominated Dolphins' line Aaron Wilson

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Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie has a theory for why the Buffalo Bills shut out his team and the offensive line allowed seven sacks.

“They were getting [a jump]," McKinnie told reporters. "I I feel like they were getting a rhythm with our cadence. Me being around, I knew some things that we can do to help counter that. So I definitely brought that to my offensive line coach.”

This isn't the first time this has happened to the Dolphins this season or in recent years.

The Dolphins still have a shot at the playoffs, but need help from the Baltimore Ravens as far as a loss this Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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