Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills Gameday Preview

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2010
RALPH WILSON STADIUM
ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK
1:00 PM EDT

TELEVISION

CBS / CBS HD
PLAY-BY-PLAY: Gus Johnson
COLOR ANALYST: Steve Tasker

DIRECTV NFL Sunday Ticket:
Channel 705 / Channel 705-1 (HD)

RADIO

Bills Radio Network
PLAY-BY-PLAY: John Murphy
COLOR ANALYST: Mark Kelso
SIDELINE REPORTER: Rich Gaenzler

Miami Dolphins Radio Network
PLAY-BY-PLAY: Jimmy Cefalo
COLOR ANALYSTS: Jim Mandich, Joe Rose

Sirius Sunday Drive
Channel 130 (Buffalo feed) / Channel 91 (Miami feed)
NFL on XM: Channel 108

HISTORY

REGULAR-SEASON SERIES RECORD: Dolphins lead, 52-35-1, but the Bills have a five-game winning streak at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

PLAYOFF RECORD: Bills 4, Dolphins 1.

LAST MEETING: November 29, 2009 Bills 31, Dolphins 14
Two Bills Drive preview

Olean Times Herald coverage:
Inspired Bills down Dolphins
Bills Notebook: A record run for Fitzpatrick; Lindell redeems himself

The Dolphins showed up in Orchard Park talking about a late-season playoff run, and when they entered the fourth quarter leading by a touchdown, those thoughts probably hadn’t changed. But the Bills were anything but done. They intercepted Chad Henne on three straight possessions to blow the game open, giving interim coach Perry Fewell his first win and sending their visitors back to Florida on a sour note.

“Our team knew exactly what was at stake when we came in here to play this ballgame,” Miami coach Tony Sparano said afterward. “We did things, quite honestly, that 3-7 teams do in the fourth quarter. I’ve got to take responsibility. It’s my fault.”

Ryan Fitzpatrick led the Bills to the win, tossing a 51-yard strike to Terrell Owens to put Buffalo ahead to stay, and also burned the Dolphin defense for a 31-yard bootleg touchdown. Fred Jackson rushed for 73 yards on 15 carries and scored twice, the first pulling the Bills into a 14-14 tie and the second adding an exclamation point to the win with 0:17 left in the game.

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