It was a terrible first quarter. It was 14-0 Bills after one period on Sunday.
Ryan Tannehill had two interceptions. The Bills were moving.
And then the second quarter began and the Dolphins kinda sorta recovered. The Dolphins trail the Bills 17-14 at halftime despite looking terrible coming out of their bye week.
Miami got touchdowns out of tight end Charles Clay and receiver Brandon Gibson, who went airborne for an impressive TD just prior to halftime.
The Dolphins have outgained the Bills. And they have not given up a sack.
But neither have they converted any of their seven third down chances.
Second half should be interesting.