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The past three weeks the Bills have totaled two touchdowns, and one came during garbage time.
Buffalo took the opening kickoff and drove for a field goal, then went 25 minutes without a first down. Bad field position hurt the Bills, who started eight possessions inside their 20.
Miami mounted an 87-yard march on its first possession, capped by Moore's 1-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Fasano.
The Dolphins forced a punt, then struck again. Moore's 46-yard pass to Charles Clay set up a 5-yard scoring run by Reggie Bush.
When Nolan Carroll intercepted a pass that slipped through the hands of Buffalo's Brad Smith, Miami was in business again at the Bills 23. Moore then threw a 12-yard scoring pass to Clay for the rookie's first career TD.
Late in the first half, Miami's Yeremiah Bell intercepted a pass that deflected off David Nelson and returned it to the Buffalo 4. Moore then hit Davone Bess with a 4-yard scoring pass for a 28-3 lead.
The Bills' Dave Rayner kicked a career-long 56-yard field goal on the final play of the first half.
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