The Miami Dolphins dug to the bottom of the playbook at the start of the second half against the Buffalo Bills, breaking out a trick play. The Dolphins lined up with Jarvis Landry in the backfield, then quarterback Ryan Tannehill tossed him the ball as he rushed to the offense's left. Landry then stopped and threw the ball back across the field to Tannehill, who caught the pass and ran for nine yards.
Tannehill was then hit late by Jerry Hughes on the play, well after the quarterback was out of bounds, leading to an unnecessary roughness call.
Lamar Miller would punch the ball in on the drive, giving Miami their second score of the day. The Bills currently have the ball at the start of the fourth quarter with a 26-14 lead.