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Bills take division away from Dolphins and sent the fins to a Wildcard slot 21-14

What a way to end the NFL season. There was a point in the season when Buffalo was 5-5 and faced a long shot at making the playoffs, but they finished with a 6-1 record down the stretch, including five straight wins to finish the season, giving them a lot of momentum heading into the playoffs.

Allen made things difficult for the Bills with three turnovers in Miami territory. As a result, he was able to come through in the end and help Buffalo earn the No. 2 seed in the conference. The Bills, who didn't clinch a playoff berth until Tennessee beat Jacksonville earlier Sunday, will host seventh-seeded Pittsburgh in the wild-card round on Sunday.

The Bills dominated possession time and out-gained Miami by nearly 200 yards. However, Buffalo trailed 14-7 before Deonte Harry returned a punt 96 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter.

After Buffalo forced a three-and-out on the Dolphins' next possession, Josh Allen threw a touchdown pass to Dawson Knox midway through the fourth quarter. Which would be the game-winning touchdown. The Dolphins had one last opportunity to win the game. However, Taylor Rapp intercepted Tua Tagovailoa's pass intended for Chase Claypool with 1:13 remaining and called game.

The Miami Dolphins will travel to Arrowhead Saturday night at 8pm EST to play Tyreek's former team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Tyreek left the game with a limp on the last play of the game. Get your popcorn ready!

The Buffalo Bills will face the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1PM EST. This should be an entertaining game.

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