The Bills started the 2011 NFL season as one of the surprise teams in the league, winning four of their first five games. Meanwhile, the Dolphins didn't lost seven times before getting it right against fellow bottom-feeder Kansas City. But when these teams meet in Week 15, Miami has a chance to officially make the Bills the laughing stock of the AFC East with a win.
The Dolphins (4-9) already beat Buffalo 35-8 the first time these teams met in Week 11. Matt Moore led Miami by tossing three touchdown passes while the Dolphins scored 28 straight points after allowing an opening field goal, and cruised to victory from a 28-6 halftime lead.
Since that loss, the Bills have continued to melt down, losing their next three games to build a six-game losing streak.