Miami, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Ryan Tannehill had two touchdown passes in the
second half and the Miami defense kept Buffalo out of the end zone, as the
Dolphins downed the Bills, 22-9, on Thursday night.
Tannehill finished the game 26-of-34 for 240 yards and his touchdown passes
went to Jarvis Landry and Brandon Gibson as the Dolphins (6-4) bounced back
from Sunday’s late loss at Detroit.
The win moves Miami to 1 1/2 games back of New England for the top spot in the
AFC East, and also kept the team in the thick of the wild card race.
Kyle Orton was a paltry 22-of-39 for 193 yards and Dan Carpenter kicked three
field goals to account for all the points for the Bills (5-5), who have
dropped their last two games.