Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
MIAMI -- The Buffalo Bills finally got their first taste of divisional play Sunday afternoon.
And they choked on it.
The Miami Dolphins tripped up the AFC East-leading Buffalo Bills 25-16, renewing possibilities throughout the division.
The Dolphins pounced on an uncharacteristically sloppy performance from Bills quarterback Trent Edwards, who entered the game as the AFC's best fourth-quarter passer.
Buffalo's first three possessions of the fourth quarter ended thusly: Edwards interception, Edwards lost fumble, Edwards tackled for a safety. He finished without a touchdown pass.
The Bills committed four turnovers -- all in the fourth quarter.
Chad Pennington, meanwhile, had his first 300-yard passing game for Miami. He found some magic with Ted Ginn, giving the 2007 first-round draft pick his first career 100-yard game. Ginn made seven catches for 175 yards.