3 sneaky keys to victory for the Miami Dolphins vs. the Buffalo Bills

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Score points early and put whatever pressure you can on the Buffalo Bills.

I’m telling you, I’m not trying to spoon-feed you the common sense version of this article. But it’s just the way it’s coming together. Next week, I’ll come up with something really off the wall like utilizing rip and swim moves more.

It seems like every time we play the Bills, they jump out to a double-digit lead and the Miami Dolphins have to avert from their original game plan and start going out of their comfort zone.

Now, it’s nice to see that no lead is safe and that the Dolphins have the firepower to get back in any game. But, let’s not major in that strategy. We know that’s completely unsustainable.

How about, for a change, the Dolphins go up double-digits this time? I think that would be an excellent way to go about things. Getting a lead on Buffalo would be fascinating to see because I really don’t know what Josh Allen and new OC Ken Dorsey would do. I mean, I’m sure they would throw out their fake running game completely and throw every down but I’m okay with that.

That would mean that Miami Dolphins can release the hounds all over Allen and make him have to make instant decisions. Having Allen make instant decisions is the one thing I think you can do to stop him.

Okay, I’ve decided. I’ve decided that the Miami Dolphins need to score early in the 4th quarter. Alright, I’m glad that’s been settled.