The Jills head over to the Miami heat for the Dolphin's home opener. The Bills are coming off a game one upset loss to Pittsburgh and will, without any doubt, be looking to destroy the Dolphins and leave Hard Rock Stadium in tatters. Miami, by all accounts, are looking to continue a fast start to the season, and prove themselves as the real deal, and both teams will certainly draw inspiration from their last meeting where the Bills took Miami down a peg and crushed them 56-26, ending their playoff hopes. So the Bills know they can win and Miami believe they are different. Maybe both those things are true, but which team is better right now? Sunday's game will see just what this Miami team can do, at home, in the famous Miami heat. If they don't beat Buffalo in Miami, odds won't be good that they do it in High Mark stadium. Fuller is out for Miami. Williams might be too. Technically that leaves the WR corp depleted, but not compared to last week. With Parker, Wilson, Grant, Gesicki and, of course, Waddle, it's hard to say Tua won't have weapons. Austin Jackson is back and will start at LT. The rest of the offense intact. On D, run stuffing tackle Raekwon Davis is out for a few weeks. John Jenkins will continue has his replacement. Buffalo might be mostly intact too. Last injury report suggested talented WR Gabriel Davis might be out, he was listed as 'Questionable', but I don't believe it. He'll lay. DT Star Lotulelei is also questionable, as it DE Efe Obada. Miami will likely prep for a full strength Bills squad. The rush will be different than with New England. Instead of complex, sneaky looks, the Bills look set to bring smaller, quicker rushers. A different test will give us a good look at what Miami's OL can do. Can Tua unleash more passes to this speedy WR corp? The Bills' D was the better part of their game in Week 1, and especially against the run. Buffalo's offense was the weak point, will that be the case this time around? This will likely be a tough match up but a win here would be an incredible result and a massive turn around from the slow starts of Flores' tenure. Go Phins!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------- Oddsshark.com Preview: Buffalo News & Notes After a breakout season last year, Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and the Buffalo offense had high expectations to start this season. In their 23-16 loss at home to the Steelers, Allen finished with 270 yards passing on 50-plus attempts and a QB Rating of just 79.7. However, last year against the Dolphins, the Bills scored 86 points in just eight quarters of football. Allen threw for over 400 yards and four touchdowns the last time he played in Miami. The Dolphins are known for their man-to-man coverage in the secondary and last year Diggs took advantage of that with 150-plus yards receiving and a touchdown in the Bills’ 31-28 win in Miami. Diggs is listed as a top-three receiver this week on most DFS sites and will cost a lot to get him into your lineup. Buffalo has beaten Miami five consecutive times and is 6-0 in its last six games against an AFC East opponent. Miami News & Notes Last year, Dolphins CB Xavien Howard led the NFL in interceptions with 10. In Week 1 against New England, the talented defender made the biggest play of the game by forcing and recovering a Damien Harris fumble in the fourth quarter, preserving a 17-16 win on the road. After an offseason that included rumors of Deshaun Watson being traded to Miami, Tua Tagovailoa will be expected to improve on his rookie season stats. Against the Patriots, the second-year QB had only 202 yards passing and Miami lost the time of possession battle by 14 minutes. In the 56-26 loss to Buffalo at the end of last year, Tagovailoa threw three second-half interceptions in only four possessions. Miami will hope to improve on its Week 1 running attack against the Patriots. The Dolphins put up 74 yards on 23 carries and had only 259 total yards of offense. Rookie receiver Jaylen Waddle had 61 yards receiving in his first regular-season game, including a 36-yard grab and a three-yard touchdown. Waddle is currently ranked outside the top 50 on most DFS sites this week and might be an interesting low-cost play in your lineup. Staff Betting Pick: Buffalo -3.5 Buffalo put up a lot of points against Miami in both games last year. After producing a disappointing 16 points in Week 1, you would expect Josh Allen and company will want to prove they are still one of the offensively elite teams in the league. It’s hard to believe Tua will compete with Allen over four quarters on Sunday. Take the Bills -3.5 in this one.