Complete info for Dolphins vs. Bills in Week 2.
The Bills host the Dolphins in an AFC East matchup during Week 2. The Dolphins beat the New England Patriots 33-20 last week. Knowshon Moreno's 24-carry, 134-yard, one-touchdown performance led Miami. The Bills knocked off the Chicago Bears 23-20 in overtime. E.J. Manuel had 173 yards, one touchdown and one interception for Buffalo.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: CBS
Odds: The Dolphins are one-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.
Buffalo Bills facts
The Bills swept the Dolphins last season, including a 19-0 win at home in December.
After leading the NFL in rushing attempts last season, the Bills ran the ball 33 times for 193 yards last week.
No. 2 pick Sammy Watkins had three catches for 31 yards in his debut.
Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula agreed to buy the Bills earlier this week.
Linebacker Keith Rivers was forced to leave the game against the Bears early due to a groin jury.
Cornerback Stephon Gilmore was inactive against Chicago, also due to a groin injury.
Buffalo hasn't made the playoffs since 1999.
Manuel gave a speech in front of the offense before the game against the Bears that teammates said inspired the locker room.
The Bills gave the game ball after the Week 1 win to Mary Wilson, wife of late longtime owner Ralph Wilson, who died in March.
Buffalo converted on just 33 percent of its third downs in the season opener, tied for 17th in the NFL after Sunday.
Miami Dolphins facts
Miami became the first team to defeat the Tom Brady-led Patriots in consecutive games for the first time since Brady became New England's starter in 2001.
Before losing both games to Buffalo last season, the Dolphins had won three of their last four against the Bills.
Starting linebacker Dannell Ellerbe is out for the season after injuring his hip against the Patriots.
Fellow starting linebacker Koa Misi was also injured in the game, hurting his ankle.
The Dolphins' third starting linebacker, Philip Wheeler, was also injured in the game. Miami will reportedly be without all of its starting linebackers against the Bills.
Center Mike Pouncey was inactive in Week 1 due to offseason hip surgery. Pouncey has said he does not know when he will return.
Defensive end Cameron Wake had two sacks against New England, both of which caused fumbles.
After missing his only field goal attempt in the preseason, kicker Caleb Sturgis went 4-for-4 in Week 1.
Undrafted rookie linebacker Chris McCain blocked a punt and had a sack in his NFL debut in the opener.
Moreno's 134 yards were the most by a Dolphins player in a season opener since Lamar Smith had 144 in 2001.
- Ben Estes