The Buffalo Bills overcame a sluggish start to outlast the winless Miami Dolphins Sunday, picking up a 31-21 victory to improve to 5-1 on the season. While the final score was much closer than fans would have liked it to be, it's always better to be on the winning end of a game like that than it is to lose in any fashion. The Bills needed some clutch performances from some of their top-end players to pull out the win. While he wasn't one of our five players to watch last week, cornerback Tre'Davious White was the catalyst for the comeback, intercepting a Ryan Fitzpatrick pass in the third quarter that kept Miami from extending their lead and gave the Bills the chance to drive for a touchdown.
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