By David McDonnell
Of the three games on Saturday, for me they saved the best for last and the Dolphins v Bills, was terrific fare from start to finish.
In the end, a walk-off field goal from Tyler Bass was the difference between the sides after a four thrilling quarters.
After struggling on offence last weekend, the Dolphins had no such problems this week and their rushing attack with Raheem Mostert was very much to the fore early on.
However, it was Buffalo who got the opening two touchdowns. First Allen threw a great ball to Quintin Morris.
Then he found Nyheim Hines for a comfortable second quarter lead.
Miami answered back when Salvon Ahmed finished an impressive drive by Tua Tagovailoa to leave a point separating the sides.
However, before halftime Allen bought time by scrambling right and flung a dart to James Cook in the endzone.
At the start of the second half, Tua found Jalen Waddle for a wonderful touchdown.
On his next drive Tua found Tyreek Hill over the top to take the lead.
In the fourth quarter, Allen led the Bills downfield with his arms and legs and ended up finding Dawson Knox for a six-pointer. The Buffalo QB then superman dived into the endzone to pick up the two-point conversion to tie the game.
By this stage the snow was pelting down. Allen led a late drive and Tyler Bass kicked the winning score as time elapsed.
The Bills win the AFC East and remain top seeds in the AFC.