The questions involving if running back Reggie Bush can be an every down back are slowly evaporating as the former Trojan had a field day. Bush rushed for career-best 203 yards in the victory, he is now 27 yards shy of a 1,000 yard season.
Going into the game there were no doubts that the running game would show up but how about the Dolphins’ passing game? Quarterback Matt Moore showed no effects of the mild concussion he experienced in week 14, in connecting on two touchdowns involving a 22-yard pass to tight-end Anthony Fasano and a 65-yard pass to wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Buffalo had trouble scoring throughout the whole game. Bills’ running back C.J. Spiller scampered 24 yards for a touchdown. The former Clemson Tiger finished with 167 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Buffalo Bills’ quarterback, had a jagged day giving up three interceptions. Two of them caught by Miami Dolphins’ cornerback Vontae Davis.
The snow was pouring down all game and you would think it worked in the advantage of the Buffalo Bills, but the cards didn’t fall their way. Miami converted the cold into some fun as running back Reggie Bush sealed the victory sliding into the end zone.
The Miami Dolphins have won five of their last seven games and get a victory in the debut of their interim coach. I wouldn’t count on Bowles becoming the head coach but if he can help this team win out, he could state an argument.
Check out: Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills Highlights