Tyrod Taylor threw for 277 yards and three scores in his first NFL start on the road Sunday, as the Buffalo Bills squished the Miami Dolphins 41-14.
WBFO's Howard Riedel spoke with football analyst Matt Sabuda about the game. Listen as they go "Beyond the Playbook."
The Bills totaled 429 yards, intercepted Ryan Tannehill three times in the first half, and led 27-0 before Miami scored late in the third quarter.
Buffalo (2-1) bounced back from a dismal loss at home to New England. The Dolphins (1-2), who began the season with high hopes of ending a seven-year playoff drought, fell into last place in the AFC East with their second consecutive loss.
The Bills improved to 5-2 against Miami over the past four years.
The victory was especially sweet for former Dolphins Richie Incognito and Charles Clay, who were co-captains for Buffalo.