Bills aplastan 35-0 a Dolphins; Tua sale lesionado

Josh Allen lanza dos pases de anotación, Zach Moss aporta dos acarreos de touchdown y la defensiva de los Bills golpea y lesiona al quarterback Tua Tagovailoa en la paliza 35-0

AP Noticias
domingo 19 septiembre 2021 21:55
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El juego entre Bills de Buffalo y Dolphins de Miami se inclinó totalmente a favor de los visitantes. Y la derrota resultó muy dolorosa para los Dolphins.

Josh Allen lanzó dos pases de anotación y tuvo la colaboración de su ataque terrestre con dos anotaciones de Zach Moss. Además, la defensiva de defensiva de los Bills castigó a Tua Tagovailoa, quien salió del juego con molestias en las costillas, en lo que fue una paliza de 35-0 el domingo.

Devin Singletary aportó 82 yardas y otra anotación terrestre para los Bills. Buffalo llegó a seis victorias en fila en la serie contra sus rivales de división, en las que promedia 20 puntos de ventaja. Es la segunda vez en la historia que los Bills encadenan seis triunfos contra los Dolphins.

Jacoby Brissett se encargó de la ofensiva de los Dolphins y completó 24 de 40 pases para 169 yards. Allen completó 17 de 33 pases para 179 yardas para los Bills.

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