NFL Schedule released: Predicting the Miami Dolphins win/loss record

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Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball in the fourth quarter against the Miami Dolphins. (Photo by Joshua Bessex/Getty Images) /

Week 3: Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins

Ah, the Buffalo Bills… if the league were a 2000s high school movie the Buffalo Bills would be the football jock and the Miami Dolphins would be the wimpy kid that gets stuffed in the locker.

For the past 4 years, the Buffalo Bills have completely dominated Miami, Bills fans say “squeeze the fish” and have dang near plastered it at this point. But will that change now under Mike McDaniel?

The good news is that the Dolphins won’t have to deal with Buffalo’s cold weather (yet) while playing at home.

But Miami still doesn’t match up well with Buffalo. Honestly, no one does unless you’re Kansas City, the Bills are arguably the best team in the league and about 25 NFL teams have no answer for them.

Miami has the firepower to compete with some of the big dogs in the AFC, but the Bills are THEE big dog until further notice.

At first, it might seem like Miami is running into a buzzsaw again vs Buffalo, but I see the Dolphins fighting back and making this game competitive towards the end. Tyreek Hill is known as the “Bills Killer” so he will be a factor in making this game close.

McDaniel will pull plenty of tricks out of his hat to try to catch Buffalo off guard, but Josh Allen becomes the playmaker in the end.

34. 16. 27. 59. Prediction

Miami Dolphins record: 1-2