The Miami Dolphins are preparing to face the Buffalo Bills in the first of the annual two-game AFC East rivalry. As the Dolphins look to face a second-straight divisional rival to start the season, it is time to get a closer look at the Bills and what Miami fans should expect to see on Sunday. Before we get to the 1pm ET Sunday kickoff, I had a chance to talk to Corey Giacovelli from Buffalo Rumblings.
The San Francisco 49ers are heading across the country banged up and bitter after blowing a fourth-quarter lead in their season opener. The defending NFC champions are 0-1 and will try to avoid a two-game skid to start the year when they face the hapless New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. San Francisco will also try to avoid becoming the first Super Bowl runner-up to start 0-2 since Seattle in 2015.
Will the Bills position themselves as the AFC East team to beat this year? Last week, the Dolphins struggled against a running quarterback, as Cam Newton exposed a weakness in Miami’s defense. This week, the Dolphins face another running quarterback.