Miami, FL (WBEN) The exercise in futility otherwise known as the 2012 The Buffalo Bills season continued in South Florida on Sunday as Buffalo was upended by the division rival Miami Dolphins 24-10.
Versatile Miami running back, Reggie Bush had scoring receptions of 12 and 17 yards along with 107 total yards and a one-yard touchdown in the game as the Bills offense struggled to find its rhythm.
Buffalo’s ground game was the bright spot for the offense as C.J. Spiller led the way with 138 yards on 22 carries. Buffalo quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 20 of 35 for 240 yards passing with a lone score to Brad Smith in the fourth quarter and one interception late near the Miami goal-line . The Bills turned the ball over a total of four times in the game as Fitzpatrick, Stevie Johnson and Dorn Dickerson all were credited with lost fumbles.
Injuries also continue to plague the Bills as rookie cornerback Stephon Gilmore and tight end, Scott Chandler had to leave the game. Their status is unknown. Buffalo (5-10) returns home to close out the season next week as they host the New York Jets (6-9) at Ralph Wilson Stadium.