Miami defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle will be game planning for the Bills offense today. One thing he has is respect for the Bills run game knowing Buffalo has beaten the Dolphins in three of their last four meetings.
“This team is very very dangerous,” Coyle said of the Bills. “Obviously, in the two years prior that we’ve played them, they’ve beaten us three out of the four times since I’ve been here. They’re a very physical team, very good up front, two of the best tandem of backs that we’ll face, explosive yet powerful too, especially Jackson, breaks tackles. They rushed for 193 yards against Chicago. They were very effective, they were controlling the ball. The quarterback is an athlete, he can run, he can throw on the run, they move the pocket with bootlegs and play action passes.
“This is a different challenge than a week ago. A difficult challenge because we’ve got to go out there, you can’t make a mistake in the run game. They ripped off a couple of runs yesterday in the game, one about 50 and another one about 40 yards at the end of the game to ice it, to get them in field goal range to win in overtime. This team presents a lot of problems and they’re a very good defensive team as well. They usually keep themselves in most game because they keep the score down and you’ve got play a very physical game to win.”
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