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ORCHARD PARK, NY – The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills as record 14-point underdogs; someone may have forgotten to tell them.

The Dolphins scored 17 unanswered points after trailing 17-0 in the first half, tying the game on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Skylar Thompson to Mike Gesicki.

A successful 2-point conversion after a Gesicki TD tied the game at 17.

The play was set up after Miami’s second interception of the game when Jevon Holland scooped up a pass and returned it to the Bills’ 17-yard line.

Buffalo kicked a field goal just before halftime to take a 20-17 lead, but Miami’s fireworks continued after halftime when Dolphins safety Eric Rowe sacked Allen and defensive tackle Zach Siler recovered in the end zone to give Miami a first down. lead of the game: 24-20.

Siler’s wife, Hannah, was among the responders at the time.


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