Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Broadcast News, Advertisers, Streaming, Radio, TV Week 2
It’s just a week, but after a week the Miami dolphins (1-0) are the only AFC East team with a victory over the young season.
Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills (0-1) are hoping a trip to South Beach will be the perfect remedy to get this squad with super bowl aspirations to get back on track after a disappointing 23-16 setback against the Pittsburgh Steelers opening of the 2021 season.
Allen and the Bills managed just one touchdown in four trips into the red zone, while Buffalo’s offensive line allowed TJ Watt and the rest of the talented Pittsburgh forward four to put constant pressure on Allen. as Buffalo wasted a 10-0 halftime lead in Game 1. .
Then, a familiar divisional foe, the Dolphins, a team Allen has owned since entering the NFL as the No.7 overall pick in 2018. NFL Draft. All Allen has accomplished against the Fish is a 5-1 record, including five straight wins, with 20 total TDs, four interceptions, a 62.3 completion percentage and a passer rating of. 111.1.
During the recent five-game winning streak against Miami, Allen led a Bills offense that averages 39 points per game, including 56-26 against the Fish in the 2020 regular season finale.
Some of Allen’s best performances as a pro have against the Dolphins, including last year in Week 2, when Allen had four touchdown passes and 415 passing yards in a 31- 28.
This year, Miami has withstood the New England Patriots by a score of 17-16 at Foxboro in Week 1. Second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completed 16 of 27 passes for 202 yards with two total TDs (one pass and one rushing), while Broad rookie Jaylen Waddle caught four passes for 61 yards and a touchdown, and Xavien Howard recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory for Miami.
Sunday’s game will be the 115th all-time meeting between the Bills and the Dolphins.
The Dolphins lead the series 61-52-1, with Buffalo sweeping the 2020 season series by scores of 31-28 on September 20 and 56-26 on January 3.
In Game 1, Josh Allen completed 24 of 35 passes for 415 yards with four touchdowns. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs had eight passes for 153 yards with a touchdown, John Brown caught four passes for 82 yards with a score, and Gabe Davis and Reggie Gilliam each added touchdowns in the victory.
Then wide receiver / returner Isaiah McKenzie had two touchdowns on reception and added an 84-yard punt return, Allen was 18 of 25 for 224 passing yards with three touchdowns and one interception, Antonio Williams added two rushing touchdowns and Dean Marlowe landed two assists to propel the Bills into the regular season finale. Buffalo set a franchise record for points scored (501) while also scoring their second-most points in a game.
The Bills have won seven of the last nine meetings with the Dolphins and 12 of the last 16 dating back to the 2013 season.
The Bills are 3-point favorites and will wear their blue jersey with white pants and a white helmet. Here are all the ways to watch Sunday’s game from home:
TV Program / Streaming / Radio
Dated: Sunday, September 19, 2021
Time: 1 p.m. EDT
Channel: The game will air on FOX on WUTV in Buffalo, WUHF in Rochester, WFXV and WSYT in Syracuse and Utica, WICZ in Binghamton and Elmira, WYDC and WSYT in Elmira, WWNY and WNYF in Watertown, WXXA in Albany and WFXP in Erie. Consult the distribution map.
Advertisers: Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play), Matt Millen (analyst), Sarah Kustok (journalist).
Site: Hard Rock Stadium | Miami Gardens, Florida
Playback by radio playback: John Murphy and Eric Wood with secondary reporter Sal Capaccio.
In line: NFL Match Pass, NFL.com Game Center
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Thursday injury report
- Full Practice Participant: WR Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder), LB Matt Milano (ankle).
- Limited participants: WR Gabriel Davis (ankle), DT Star Lotulelei (calf), S Micah Hyde (neck).
- Did not practice: WR Emmanuel Sanders (walk / rest day).
- Full participant: S Clayton Fejedelem (shoulder), DT John Jenkins (knee), WR DeVante Parker (shoulder), LB Elandon Roberts (knee), TE Adam Shaheen (knee), LB Andrew Van Ginkel (back), WR Preston Williams ( foot).