MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins' season took an unwelcome turn against Buffalo on Sunday.
The Bills had come to town riding a two-game losing streak to play a game in 87-degree heat with a backup quarterback.
A team thinking playoffs doesn't lose to a struggling division rival at home following a bye week, does it?
Buffalo led Miami 14-0 after the first 15 minutes, but the Dolphins didn't panic. The Fins pulled within 17-14 at halftime and went on to grab a 21-20 lead that lasted until late in the fourth quarter.
That's when Mario Williams had a sack and forced fumble of Ryan Tannehill. The turnover helped set up former Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter's 31-yard field goal with 33 seconds remaining that gave Buffalo a 23-21 win.
Miami fell to 3-3. A trip to New England awaits next weekend.
Here are five takeaways from Miami's loss.
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