The Buffalo Bills beat the Miami Dolphins 34-31 in a thriller that was a lot closer than many people expected, or it looked like it would be in the first half.
Buffalo jumped out to a 17-0 lead but Miami rallied to tie the game. In the second half, the Bills took a 10-point lead but the Dolphins cut it to 3 and got the ball back with a chance to win the game before some unfortunate play clock management doomed them.
Josh Allen finished 23-of-39 for 352 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions, while Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis combined for 13 catches for 227 yards. The Bills turned the ball over three times.
Miami quarterback Skylar Thompson went 18-of-45 for 220 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, but gave the Dolphins a chance despite them missing Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater.
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The New York Islanders have signed center Bo Horvat to an eight-year contract less than a week after acquiring him in a trade with the Vancouver Canucks. Horvat’s deal is worth $68 million and carries a $8.5 million salary cap hit through the 2030-31 season. General manager Lou Lamoriello joked to reporters at practice on Long Island that Horvat's contract was “too long and it's too much money.”
The fading light was enough for Justin Rose to see his final shot find the 10th fairway at Pebble Beach, and that was enough for him to call it a day. Rose was to return Monday morning to finish the back nine in pursuit of his first victory in four years. “A two-shot lead is great,” Rose said.
Saskatchewan's Kelly Knapp and Jamie Koe of the Northwest Territories won their respective men's provincial and territorial curling finals Sunday to advance to the Tim Hortons Brier. Knapp edged Steve Laycock 5-4 in Estevan to take Saskatchewan, while Koe was an 11-3 winner over Greg Skauge at the Fort Smith Curling Club to win in N.W.T. Koe will skip a Territories team at a Canadian men's championship for the 16th time in his curling career, while Knapp is a relative rookie. The Saskatchewan sk
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