Oct 20, 2013 at 6pm UK at ‚ÄčSun Life Stadium
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
Robey (13:32), Jackson (5:52)
Clay (11:07), Gibson (0:28)
Gibson (6:53)

Result: Late Dan Carpenter Kick hands Buffalo Bills win

Result: Late Carpenter kick hands Bills win
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The Buffalo Bills claim their first away win of the season with a 23-21 victory over AFC East rivals the Miami Dolphins.

The Buffalo Bills have recorded their first away win of the season thanks to a late Dan Carpenter kick that secured a 23-21 victory over the Miami Dolphins this evening.

The Bills were gifted an early lead when Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw an interception straight to Nickell Robey, who had the simple task of returning it for a 19-yard touchdown.

That lead was soon extended by the visitors when Fred Jackson burst his way into the end zone with a three-yard run.

Miami finally got on the scoreboard in the second quarter when Tannehill threw a short pass to Charles Clay, who had an easy run to the end zone to complete a seven-yard score.

Carpenter kicked a 39-yard field goal for the Bills but Tannehill continued his recovery from the earlier pick six with his second touchdown pass of the night, this time finding Brandon Gibson, who leapt into the end zone.

Tannehill and Gibson combined again in the third quarter as the former took his time to pass the ball, eventually finding Gibson wide open in the end zone.

Carpenter reduced the deficit to just one point with a field goal early in the fourth quarter and another kick with just 36 seconds left on the clock secured the win for the Bills.

Bills' Fred Jackson in action on November 12, 2012
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