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Dolphins lead Bills 3-0 to start second quarter

ORCHARD PARK -- The Dolphins took their first lead of the season on their first possession of the season today against the Bills.

After playing stifling defense the first series (and every series afterward, really), the Miami offense marched 37 yards en route to 32-yard field goal by Dan Carpenter. That is the only score so far.

Miami's other possessions have been stalled by a reverse call and a failed wildcat try. But the defense has been excellent.

Karlos Dansby, blitzing from the outside, has one sack already.

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enough of the wildcat already. Let's try and get the ball down field and play-action.

Chad Pennington anyone??? At least he can read defenses and look off receivers

Catch the damn ball Sapp - that's a pick 6!!

Pretty crappy game thus far!!!!!!!!!

Whats the point of having a rocket arm and an elite receiver when we keep going for the run, which the Bills have clearly sussed, and when we do throw it's crappy passes that barely pass scrimage

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