MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Tyrod Taylor threw for 277 yards and three scores in his first NFL road start Sunday, and the Buffalo Bills routed the Miami Dolphins 41-14.
The Bills totaled 429 yards, intercepted Ryan Tannehill three times in the first half, and led 27-0 before Miami scored late in the third quarter.
Buffalo (2-1) bounced back from a dismal loss at home to New England. The Dolphins (1-2), who began the season with high hopes of ending a seven-year playoff drought, fell into last place in the AFC East with their second consecutive loss.
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The Bills improved to 5-2 against Miami over the past four years. They're 18-26 against everyone else during that span.
The victory was especially sweet for former Dolphins Richie Incognito and Charles Clay, who were co-captains for Buffalo.
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