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Bills LB Preston Brown on pick-six: 'It just fell into my hands'

Sep 27, 2015; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Preston Brown (52) runs to score with this interception as Miami Dolphins guard Jamil Douglas (75) chases in the 2nd quarter at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Innerarity-USA TODAY Sports

Sep 27, 2015; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Preston Brown (52) runs to score with this interception as Miami Dolphins guard Jamil Douglas (75) chases in the 2nd quarter at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Innerarity-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills put on a show against the reeling Miami Dolphins on Sunday. They were dominant on both sides of the ball as they came away with the 41-14 blowout victory.

The offense was dominant, but the defense helped contribute to the score, particularly with linebacker Preston Brown's pick-six. Brown rushed off the left side and when he saw Ryan Tannehill look to throw it his way, he jumped and picked off the pass as it was thrown into his chest.

After the game, Brown talked about the interception -- his second of the game -- and he didn't seem to want to give himself much credit for it.

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"It just fell into my hands and I had to do something with it," Brown said.

Whether it was lucky or not, it was still a great play by Brown. He diagnosed the play and made a man miss on his way to the end zone. It was the third pick of his young career, and likely the best.