Buffalo (5-4) at Miami (2-7), Sunday, 1:00 (Miami -2)
Storylines: First 2011 meeting of AFC East inhabitants headed in opposite directions, with slumping Bills having dropped two straight and three of four after 4-1 start and Dolphins on two-game winning streak after losing first seven tests of the season...Miami has prevailed in four of last six matchups between the teams, but Buffalo recorded first victory in Sun Life Stadium since 2007 with 17-14 decision last December...Rising Dolphins have outscored opponents 51-12 during current surge and coming off 20-9 triumph over visiting Washington last Sunday, only team's second win in last 14 outings at home...Bills 1-3 on road this year and began stretch of three consecutive away tilts with forgettable 44-7 defeat at Dallas in Week 10, club's worst loss since 2007...Buffalo second in AFC with plus-four turnover margin but have seven giveaways during present slide, with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing three interceptions against Cowboys...Miami signal-caller Matt Moore has completed 71.1 percent of his pass attempts with three touchdowns and one pick over team's two straight wins...Bills running back Fred Jackson leads NFL in rushing yards (917) and recorded sixth 100-yard game of season last week...Wide receiver Stevie Johnson questionable for Buffalo after hurting shoulder against Cowboys, but safety George Wilson (shoulder) probable and linebacker Chris Kelsay (calf) set to return from two-game absence...Bills kicker Rian Lindell (shoulder) ruled out, however, and team placed center Eric Wood (torn ACL) on injured reserve Tuesday.
Fast Fact: Fitzpatrick, the AFC's Offensive Player of the Month in September, has completed just 35-of-62 passes (56.5 pct.) for 337 yards and two touchdowns with five interceptions for a 48.9 quarterback rating in Buffalo's two November losses.
Prediction: Bills have been done in by turnovers lately, but get back on track against a Miami team that's rarely forced mistakes out of its opponent. Bills 24, Dolphins 21.