What a game!  What a come back!  It's good to be a Buffalo Bills fan today!

Channel Four reports

With Miami marching and poised to extend it’s 14-9 lead over Buffalo in the second half, Tre'Davious White jumped in front of a pass intended for Isaiah Ford to secure his third interception of the season and later forced a fumble to put an end to the Dolphins’ hopes of potentially picking up their first win of the season.

After White's interception,

Josh Allen led the Bills on a 98-yard scoring drive and capped it off with a 20-yard touchdown to John Brown to give Buffalo it’s first lead of the game at 17-14.

Buffalo was favored to win, but still, always exciting.

As Miami closed to within 24-21 in the final minutes of the game on Fitzpatrick’s 11-yard TD run, Micah Hyde answered the bell, hauling in the onside kick and racing 45-yards to seal the win.

With this win, "the Bills improve to 5-1 overall, marking their best start to a season since 2008."

The Bills continue their homestand next Sunday, when they host Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles.