A touchdown by Dawson Knox puts the Bills up 21-14.

The Bills were behind 14-7 going into the fourth quarter, but two touchdowns were scored in a short amount of time

 allowing them to take a 21-14 lead with 7 minutes and sixteen seconds remaining in the regular season.

After Deonte Harty's punt return of 96 yards knotted the game at 14, quarterback Josh Allen scored a touchdown by hitting tight end Dawson Knox for five yards, giving the team a seven-point lead.

The touchdown throw that Buffalo completed was the culmination of an eight-play, 74-yard drive that was the most successful possession for the Bills since the middle of the second quarter

 In spite of the fact that the Bills offense had been successful in moving the ball around, the team had not been able to score a touchdown. 

 But Allen was able to complete a ball to Dalton Kincaid that was for 26 yards. After thereafter, Allen completed a pass to Khalil Shakir that resulted in a gain of 28 yards toward Miami's 3-yard line.

After another play, Knox made his way to the paint after catching a short pass on the right side of the court. This was the score that gave him the lead.

As of right now, Allen has completed 28 of 36 passes for 344 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Additionally, he has 8 carries for a total of 51 yards.