The Bills Will Have Jersey Disadvantage Against Miami on Sunday
The Buffalo Bills are 2-0 after their dominate win against the Tennessee Titans at Highmark Stadium on Monday Night Football, 41-7.
The Bills have a point differential of +55, which is the highest point differential against two playoff teams from the prior season in the first two weeks of the season in NFL history. The Bills have not just won their first two games, they have destroyed their opponents -- the defending Super Bowl champs and last year's number one seed in the AFC.
For their week 3 matchup, it brings another tough test, as the Bills play their first division game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium this Sunday at 1 pm.
Miami is also 2-0 after wins against the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens, the latter being a comeback win in which quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw six touchdown passes.
The home team normally wears their dark jerseys at home but the home team can choose to wear their white away uniforms.
That's exactly what the Dolphins have decided to do once again, as they will be wearing white and the Bills will wear their blue uniforms.
The reason the Dolphins always do this to the Bills is because of the heat in South Florida. They want to wear white. which is easier to play in than a dark jersey. The temperatures will be in the mid-80s in Miami on Sunday with humidity.
The Bills always seem to play the Dolphins in September, but as long as it means Miami plays here in November and December, that's a fair trade off.