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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 Bills are tied for first place with the New England Patriots at 5-2. The New York Jets are 4-3, while the last-place Dolphins are only two games out of first.
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.