Late-arriving crowd reminded us of a Leafs game. How was this considered a Bills home game with so many Fish fans in attendance? How was this considered a sellout when tickets were available for $50 an hour before the game?
Having the crowd chime in for the final few lines of O' Canada was pretty cool.
BILLS OFFENCE: F
J.P. Losman's passes were so high, he must have thought Yao Ming was one of his wideouts. Did Marshawn Lynch even make it through customs?
DOLPHINS OFFENCE: B
Nothing flashy but effective. Chad Pennington is a great manager of a game. Running back duo of Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams was effective.
BILLS DEFENCE: C
Had a bend-but-don't-break philosophy, but spent far too much time on the field. There were Miami receivers open over the middle all afternoon.
DOLPHINS DEFENCE: A
This might be a bit misleading: They were, after all, playing against J.P. Lose-Man.
BILLS SPECIAL TEAMS: C
At least Rian Lindell didn't hit any uprights on field goal attempts this week. Leodis McKelvin had a couple of nice returns.
DOLPHINS SPEC. TEAMS: C+
Dan Carpenter was three-for-four in field goal attempts.
BILLS COACHING: F
Calls for Dick Jauron's head are getting louder in Buffalo. There is good reason for it.
DOLPHINS COACHING: A
Tony Sparano deserves credit for taking a team with average talent and having it challenge for a division title.