Ryan Tannehill has had his share of struggles against the Bills in his four-year NFL career, but facing Buffalo on the road has been even more difficult. It’s why Ralph Wilson Stadium has become a house of horrors for the Dolphins QB.
Overall in eight games against the Bills, Tannehill has completed 58 percent of his passes, averages just 5.73 yards per attempt and has been sacked 27 times with a passer rating of just over 75. Most importantly he has a 2-6 record.
At the Ralph however, those numbers get worse. While his completion percentage holds at 58 percent, he averages 5.52 yards per attempt and 16 of the sacks have happened on Buffalo turf. And the capper is Tannehill is now 0-4 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
“I don’t know, I can’t say,” said Tannehill when asked why he and Miami have struggled against Buffalo in recent years. “I feel like offensively we move the football and play confidently. We didn’t score enough points, that’s what it comes down to. You have to be able to not just move the football but get the ball in the end zone. We weren’t able to do that today and I can’t think back to all of the games that we’ve had but we have to be able to score more points offensively.”
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