Week 11 Thursday Night Betting Preview – Dolphins vs Bills
2012-11-24

The Bills were close to beat the Patriots, but then again they failed and ended with a 3-6 record. “The only thing you can ask for as a quarterback is a chance at the end to win the game and we had that,” Fitzpatrick said, “but we weren’t able to get it done”.

“We’re not going to back down from anybody,” Fitzpatrick said. “I think he’s a punk at times and took a cheap shot at Scott (Chandler) in the first game and he was doing a lot of jabbering and talking and hitting out there. Not one of my favorite players. Not high on my list”.

Miami was smashed at home by the Titans, and despite nobody seemed to saw that one coming, they need to bounce back quickly. “I didn’t really see signs of this coming,” coach Joe Philbin said. “Obviously we need to do better, and it starts with me”.

“It was embarrassing, to say the least,” Miami defensive end Cameron Wake said. “There’s no explanation, no excuse”.

Both teams need a win which makes TNF fun to watch.  Buffalo appears as one point favorites at home against the Dolphins, but the Bills are 2-6 against the spread in its last 8 games when playing Miami, and 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games at home.

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