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Bills find spark just in time to avoid embarrassing upset

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- No team wants to be the first to lose to the Miami Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills nearly took the pressure off the rest of the league.

The Bills gutted out a 31-21 victory Sunday against Miami, a game in which the Dolphins held the lead a season-high two times. Trailing 14-9 at halftime, Buffalo needed a 98-yard drive spanning the third and fourth quarters to take the lead for good, coasting to victory on the wave of momentum coursing through New Era Field.

Sean McDermott's team seems hellbent on winning ugly at all costs.