After their opening weekend loss, the Buffalo Bills are starting to look like legitimate contenders again.
Since falling to the New York Jets in Week 1, they’ve only allowed 13 points in the last 2 weeks.
But even if the Bills have taken their rightful place as one of the more dominating NFL teams, Nick Wright still believes they are not Super Bowl-worthy.
“Buffalo has looked excellent the last 2 weeks. But the idea they should be considered a more viable Super Bowl threat than Miami is ludicrous. … The Dolphins were the better looking team, to me, before the year. Since then, they’ve scored 70 points,” Wright said in a recent episode of FS1’s First Things First.
"Buffalo has looked excellent the last 2 weeks. But the idea they should be considered a more viable Super Bowl threat than Miami is ludicrous. … The Dolphins were the better looking team, to me, before the year. Since then they've scored 70 points." — @getnickwright pic.twitter.com/Q9tixjwudz
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) September 26, 2023
While the Bills have looked like the squad that has made three consecutive playoff appearances, the Dolphins have obliterated the opposition through Week 3.
Most notable is the Dolphins’ 70-point barrage against the Denver Broncos.
It’s only the fourth time in NFL regular season history that a team put up that many points.
They also did it without Jaylen Waddle, who was under concussion protocol.
The Bills will have home field advantage when they face the Dolphins in Week 4.
However, defeating Miami won’t be easy, especially with a healthy Tua Tagovailoa.
They nearly defeated the Bills during last season’s Wild Card Round.
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