Dolphins take care of business against Bills
The Buffalo Bills faltered. The Miami Dolphins took advantage. And the Dolphins won a key AFC East game to advance to 6-4 overall.
Their 22-9 victory was keyed by a fourth-quarter touchdown by rookie wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
"It was great to swing the tide," Landry said. "It was good not to be the little brother."
The Bills dropped to 5-5 overall.
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tanehill was sacked five times, but hit Brandon Gibson and Landry with late touchdowns to erase a 9-3 deficit.
"To stay over the .500 mark, to win in the division and to beat the Bills, it's a good night," defensive tackle Jared Odrick said.
"You have to start playing good football this time of the year," coach Joe Philbin said.
This marks the Bills' second consecutive loss.
"I'm tired of it, we're all tired of it and we know the fans are tired of it," safety Aaron Williams said. "It hurts."
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun