It was the Bills most lopsided win of the season so far. Their 41-14 win at Miami was their most consistent team win of 2015. Buffalo, however, doesn’t want to dwell on it and the Dolphins insist it deep in their rearview mirror.
“We certainly don’t want to get beat the way that we got beat, you know? But to be honest with you it’s so long ago and we’ve moved on since then,” said Miami interim coach Dan Campbell. “There’s been a lot of changes. Either way you cut it it’s a loss. We got beat here at home. It was a division game. It was an AFC opponent and certainly we can’t play the way we did the first time around or we’ll have the same results.”
Campbell is encouraged by how his team has played the past three weeks, though he admits they did not play their best against New England last Thursday night. Since he’s taken over for the fired Joe Philbin though, he does believe the team is more in sync.
“I just feel like we are in a better rhythm right now than what we have been,” he said. “Now I know we stumbled a little bit against New England the other night but I feel like we are playing more as a team. I feel like we are more aggressive than we were in that first game. I just feel like we’ve got some good guys in this locker room that are willing to do anything to win. “
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