Josh Allen Makes Fun of the Dolphins; Waves ‘Goodbye’ [WATCH]
The Buffalo Bills did not have their mojo during the first half of Sunday's game against the rival, Miami Dolphins.
The offense only managed three points, but the defense kept the Bills in the game. The Bills stepped up on offense in the second half, however, outscoring Miami 23-8 and scoring three touchdowns; two through the air from Josh Allen and the other on the ground, also by Allen.
The final score was 26-11 in favor of the Bills.
During the last two minutes of the win, Allen was tackled on a failed two-point conversion. After the play, the Bills and the Dolphins jawed at one another and as Allen was walking away, he waved "goodbye" to the Miami players as he walked back to his sideline.
The video can be seen below.
Josh was asked after the game about the fact that the Bills have beaten the Dolphins seven straight times. Allen's response was "we're 5-2."
Allen went on to say Miami is a good football team, and he doesn't care what their record says. They knew it would be a tough matchup and that they had a great game plan early on.
The Bills now will travel for two straight weeks. They will play at the Jacksonville Jaguars next Sunday, before playing at the New York Jets two Sundays from today.
Both teams are near the bottom of the NFL standings, but the Jets managed to beat the Cincinnati Bengals behind backup quarterback, Mike White.
The Bills are 5-2 and sit atop the AFC East standings.