The Bills were also without safety Micah Hyde who was placed on injured reserve (IR).
For Ed OIiver, this marked the second-consecutive game he will sit out with an ankle injury.
Jordan Poyer injured his foot in Week Two against the Titans and missed practice on Thursday with a limited practice session on Friday; this was the first game Poyer has missed in 2022.
Dane Jackson remained out with a neck injury that he sustained in the first half against Tennessee.
Jordan Phillips missed the game with a hamstring injury.
WR Gabe Davis (ankle), TE Dawson Knox (foot) and DT Tim Settle (calf) were listed as ACTIVE vs. the Dolphins.
The Bills were relegated to 100% of playing time in-the-sun-side of the stadium. Is that legal? Or fair? In 115-degree heat, no less. How did Miami stay in the shady side for the entire game? What's wrong with that picture, anyway? Home field advantage? Or maybe just unfair advantage?
The Officiating sucked! So many obvious Penalties were ignored or overlooked. Again, home field advantage? Lots of dirty play said it all.
Sour grapes on Buffalo's part? Nope, it's all part of the game.
This Says It All: Josh Allen's stats were awesome. In the end, a few "hiccups" ended in the final seconds of play, resulting in a two-point loss, 21 - 19!
So close, yet so far. Guess what! Next week is another game.
And just think: MIAMI PLAYS THE BILLS AGAIN ON DECEMBER 17!
Yeah, the Bills came so close to a super bowl last year! But, as you recall, "Won Not Done" became a recognized promise for 2022-23. Did you watch the first game of this season on Thursday night? What a team! They destroyed the Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams in a rout. The first half looked pretty good. The second half? BLOWOUT! GO BILLS!!!