The Buffalo Bills throttled the Dolphins down in South Beach Sunday afternoon. Every aspect of the game was dominated by the Bills. After three games what have we learned about Rex Ryan, Tyrod Taylor and co.?
They murdered the Colts and Dolphins who are now a combined 2-4 and got dominated by the Patriots at home yet again. They appear to be good but not great and they have a quarterback who is in lock step with his offensive coordinator which is the most encouraging sign thus far in an early season.
Despite that curb stomping of the Dolphins in a game that was basically over in the first half there are still a few things to take away:
All the former Dolphins were amped to play against their former team. Clay was a beast, Hogan had a long TD and Carpenter made a 51 yarder (albeit missed from 54).
Karlos Williams is better than Todd Gurley (right now) and the Rams have no idea how to draft in the first round.
Rex and co were able to forget about the embarrassment of last week and win impressively on the road (biggest margin of victory on the road in 23 years).
Tyrod Taylor can make all the throws. Sideline, down the middle, over the top, short etc. He did have two horrible passes that could have been a disaster (deflection off a RB's hands that coulda been a pick 6 and an over throw of Clay that could have gotten him killed.)
Tom Brady and the Patriots are in fuck you mode thus Im giving the D a pass in week 2 because weeks 1 and 3 they completely shut down 2 "franchise quarterbacks" with ease. They're legit.
Also Baccari Rambo absolutely HATES Ronald Darby. He hit him hard three damn times. WTF? You beefin bro?
This will be the first week the Bills will be favored in a game when the original line comes out. They will be "expected" to win which should give new insight into the psychie of this squad.
Shut down the Giants and the schedule opens up for a goooood first 8 weeks.