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6-8, 3rd in AFC East

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins snapped their two-game winning streak and all but ended any hopes for the playoffs in Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Bills. Miami QB Jay Cutler had a three-interception game and nearly threw a couple more picks as the Dolphins failed to make a road comeback. Miami falls to 6-8 on the season and will resort to playing spoiler down the stretch. The Dolphins will play the Chiefs next week and rematch the Bills to end the season.

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Drake muscles into end zone (0:19)

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins S TJ McDonald has a shoulder injury and his return is questionable.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake his his second rushing touchdown in three games. The Bills lead, 24-13.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Things getting chippy at New Era Field in fourth quarter between Bills and Dolphins. DT Adolphus Washington was called for unsportsmanlike conduct for swiping at the ball when Kenyan Drake was on the ground out of bounds after a failed 3rd-and-1 run at the goal line. That came after Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry and Bills CB Leonard Johnson were tangled up out of bounds earlier in the series.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RB LeSean McCoy passed former Dolphins RB Ricky Williams for 29th on the NFL's all-time career rushing yards list during Sunday's game between Buffalo and Miami. Williams had 10,009 career yards, while McCoy passed 10,000 in Sunday's game and continued up the chart. Ottis Anderson is up next at 10,273.

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Bills pick Cutler, nearly fumble return (0:26)

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

After a three-touchdown performance last week, Dolphins QB Jay Cutler has a multi-interception (two) game Sunday against the Bills. That has been the story of Cutler's roller-coaster career.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins QB Jay Cutler threw his second interception of the second half.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami moved the ball well in the first half but struggled to get in the end zone. The Bills are scoring touchdowns and the Dolphins are settling for field goals. That's been the difference in Buffalo's 21-6 halftime lead. Bills tailback LeSean McCoy has been problematic for Miami's defense. He has 102 total yards and a rushing and receiving touchdown. Miami tailback Kenyan Drake is running well for the third straight week. He has (54) rushing yards at halftime, which includes a pair of runs for 31 and 19 yards.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RB LeSean McCoy gets injured, sits one play and returns to catch a 16-yard touchdown to take a 14-6 lead over the Dolphins.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins are settling for field goals and trail the Bills, 7-6. Miami is 2 for 5 on third downs in the first half.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins missed a potential touchdown with receiver Kenny Stills getting open deep. Jay Cutler overthrew him.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenyan Drake's 32-yard run sets up a field goal by Dolphins kicker Cody Parkey. The Bills lead, 7-3.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins DE Cam Wake now has nine sacks on the season after his sack on Bills QB Tyrod Taylor.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills' opening-drive touchdown Sunday was their third touchdown in the first quarter this season. That ties them with the Dolphins as the second-fewest in the NFL after the 49ers, who have one.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins' defensive line is having a lot of discussion with their coaches on the sideline of how to better defend the Bills on the next drive. Buffalo made it look easy to open the game.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Easy touchdown run by the Bills' LeSean McCoy to cap a well-scripted scoring drive. The Dolphins' defense was on its heels the entire time. Buffalo leads, 7-0.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Both Dolphins DE Cam Wake and Charles Harris missed sack opportunities on Bills QB Tyrod Taylor, who completed a pass for a first down.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins rookie DE Charles Harris will get his second career start against the Bills in place of the injured Andre Branch.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

DOLPHINS INACTIVES: QB Matt Moore, RB Damien Williams, CB Cordrea Tankersley, S Michael Thomas, G Jermon Bushrod, DE Andre Branch, G Isaac Asiata.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The stadium view at New Era Field a couple hours before kickoff for Dolphins and Bills. It's cold, but definitely not as bad as last week here in Buffalo.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a cold December Sunday in Buffalo. The Dolphins (6-7) will try to win three straight to stay alive in the playoff hunt against the Bills (7-6).

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins S Michael Thomas (knee) and RB Damien Williams (shoulder) did not travel to Buffalo and won't play tomorrow.

Team Stats

Passing Yards210.519th
Rushing Yards87.429th
Points For18.025th
Points Against24.527th