Josh Allen had another monster performance and didn’t even need to play the whole game. Allen completed 18-of-25 passes for 224 yards along with three touchdowns. He did have a minor blemish with an interception in the first quarter. At halftime, it was backup quarterback Matt Barkley’s turn to get in on the fun. Barkley helped guide the Bills to 28 points in the second half with 164 yards passing, including a touchdown.
Think about this for a moment: The Bills scored 28 points in both halves with two different quarterbacks against a Miami team in the top half of the league in defensive DVOA, according to Football Outsiders.
Backup running back Antonio Williams did the bulk of his damage in the red zone as he picked up two touchdowns and finished with 63 rushing yards on the day.
While Williams hurt the Dolphins on the ground, Isaiah McKenzie punished them through the air with two touchdown receptions. Gabriel Davis also pitched in with a 56-yard touchdown grab of his own. Davis caught just two passes but racked up 107 receiving yards on the day.
There was even a John Brown sighting as he rejoined the team after being sidelined with an ankle injury followed by a stint on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Brown caught four passes for 72 yards and a touchdown.
Overall, it was a complete game for the Bills as they sunk the Dolphins 56-26.
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