Sep 30, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) looks to throw during the second half of their game against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

Dolphins vs Bills Ticket Price Preview

The Miami Dolphins will host the Buffalo Bills in a Week 7 clash of AFC East teams. The 3-2 Dolphins are coming off a bye to play the 2-4 Bills, who will be waiting to hear on the availability of quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, who suffered a foot injury last week.

The Bills signed Matt Flynn during the week, who might have to start if Lewis is not able to play. Miami Dolphins tickets for this AFC East matchup are currently averaging $102 on the secondary market, 33% below the average price for 2013 home games at Sun Life Stadium and 25% below the average for Buffalo Bills tickets on the road. It’s also the fourth cheapest game of the weekend around the league. On the low end, the get-in price for the game is just $26. With prices down 14% this week I’d expect those prices to continue to fall as gameday approaches.

Even with that loss, Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has shown improvement this season when he’s been able to stay on his feet. Tannehill is currently getting sacked on 11.7% of his dropbacks, the second worst rate of quarterbacks with at least 100 pass attempts this season. This could be a bad matchup against a Bills defense that is tied for second in sacks. The Bills are also tied for first in interceptions and Tannehill has thrown five in Miami’s five games. Receiver Mike Wallace has struggled to be the big impact deep threat the Dolphins were hoping for when they signed him in the offseason. Wallace has two receptions less and one more yard than fellow free agent signee Brandon Gibson.

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