1:00 PM ET, November 25, 2001
Ralph Wilson Stadium, Buffalo, NY
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt kept his faith in Jay Fiedler, and the young quarterback delivered.
Chris Chambers, right, celebrates with Dedric Ward after scoring the winning touchdown for the Dolphins.
It's important because the Dolphins need to keep pace with the Jets. But more than that, the way Miami won this game is huge -- coming back from 10 points down late in the fourth quarter. And for Jay Fiedler to lead them back, after all the pressure that's been on him, is huge for him and for the Dolphins.
We also saw the emergence of wide receiver Chris Chambers today, making big plays in key situations. But what's still hurting Miami is the lack of a running game.
ESPN.com's Vinny Cerrato was director of player personnel for the Redskins and 49ers.
The Dolphins have won three straight against the Bills, Miami's longest streak against Buffalo since 1984-86. ... Dolphins LG Mark Dixon broke his right leg. Miami already was without center Tim Ruddy and tackles Brent Smith and Marcus Spriggs. ... Bills FB Larry Centers had five catches, passing Andre Rison for 12th on the career list with 745. ... Matt Turk's 77-yard punt tied Reggie Roby's Dolphins franchise record, set against Buffalo in 1987.