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ORCHARD PARK, NY – One hand was all it took for tight end Dawson Knox to get the Buffalo Bills’ postseason going on Sunday.

On first-and-goal from the Miami Dolphins’ 6-yard line, quarterback Josh Allen faked a pass from running back Devin Singletary and ran to his right in an attempt to find an open receiver. Allen found Knox in one-on-one coverage near the front corner of the end zone and threw a dart on the run.

Knox reached out and caught the pass with one hand as he fell to the ground, just managing to stay in bounds. The Bills went up 7-0 in the first quarter of the AFC wild card game against the Dolphins. The Bills quickly added their first score when safety Dean Marlow caught a 12-yard rushing touchdown by rookie James Cook to extend the lead to 14-0.

This marks Knox’s fifth straight game with a touchdown reception. Knox is the first Bills player to catch a touchdown in five straight games (regular season and playoffs combined) since Stevie Johnson from Weeks 3-8 in 2010.

The score was set up by a 52-yard pass from Allen to wide receiver Stefon Diggs on a third-and-15 play. The pass to Diggs had a 15.6% success rate.


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