VIDEO: Dolphins Block Punt, Continue To Dominate Bills

The Dolphins are following up their dominant first half with more destruction of the Bills in the second half on Sunday. The games events turned embarrassing when the Bills allowed Miami to block a punt and recover it in their own end zone for a touchdown.

Here's video of the block. Note the ridiculous blown assignment that led to Miami coming free with a direct line at the punter, Brian Moorman.


This is bad, Buffalo. This is really bad.

The Bills started the season 3-0, then 4-1, but have fallen off since then. This blowout at the hands of AFC East doormat Miami is a new nadir for the year.

As ProFootballTalk's Gregg Rosenthal put it on Twitter: "Bills fans deserve better."

For more on this match up, visit our Bills blog Buffalo Rumblings and our Dolphins blog The Phinsider . For all your professional football needs, visit our NFL hub.

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