Bills vs. Dolphins Gameday

4:30 PM, Dec 23, 2012   |    comments
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MIAMI (AP) - Receiver Brian Hartline is active for the Miami Dolphins against Buffalo after being limited in practice this week because of a back injury.

Hartline had been listed as questionable. Miami's other starting receiver, Davone Bess, was inactive Sunday with a back injury and replaced by Marlon Moore.

Dimitri Patterson, awarded to Miami after being waived Monday by the Cleveland Browns, started at cornerback in place of Nolan Carroll, who was inactive because of a knee injury. Tight end Michael Egnew, a third-round draft pick, was active for the first time this season.

Buffalo center Eric Wood was active despite a knee injury. He had been listed as questionable.



9:37 - Alex Carrington block on Nate Kaeding 46-yard FG attempt.

3:02 - Ryan Tannehill hits Reggie Bush for a 17-yard TD to give Miami the 7-0 lead.   It looked as if Bush stepped out of bounds at the 4-yard line but after review the play was ruled a touchdown.   The TD was set up by a Stevie Johnson fumble that gave Miami a drive start at the Buffalo 30-yard line.


9:53 - Rian Lindell 42-yard FG cuts the Miami lead to 7-3.  Prior to that it looked like Stevie Johnson had made a touchdown catch but the officials ruled it incomplete, that he didn't have control all the way through the play.   C.J. Spiller set up the points with a career long 62-yard run.

:42 - Reggie Bush 1-yard TD run that was set up by Ryan Tannehill's 31-yard run on the read option.  Bills couldn't stop it against Seattle last week, and struggling against Dolphins.  Dolphins lead 14-3 at the half.


8:32 - Ryan Tannehill hits Reggie Bush for a 12-yard TD to give the Dolphins a 21-3 lead.  Dorin Dickerson fumbled on the Bills first possession of the half.  Miami recovered and turned it into points.

4:22 - Nate Kaeding 45-yard FG gives Miami the 24-3 lead.  Those points came off a sack and forced fumble on Ryan Fitzpatrick.


8:56 - Ryan Fitzpatrick 2-yard TD pass to Brad Smith.  Bills trail 24-10.



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