The good news for the Dolphins offense is that they haven’t allowed a sack yet on Sunday.
The bad news is that they haven’t been on the field long enough for their offensive line to break down. The Dolphins have run nine total plays on offense and trail 14-0 with just under nine minutes gone in their game against the Bills.
Nickell Robey returned an interception 19 yards for a touchdown to end Miami’s first possession and the Dolphins have gone three and out on their next two possessions in a poor start coming out of the bye week. They also covered the second punt poorly, setting Buffalo up in good field position that they cashed in with a two-yard Fred Jackson touchdown run.
Jackson briefly left the game with a left knee injury, but he made a quick return on a day when everything’s come up their way so far.