Bills hang on to defeat Dolphins under the lights at Ralph Wilson Stadium
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills move to 4-6 after defeating the Miami Dolphins 19-14 in the first night game at Ralph Wilson Stadium in four years.
Bryan Scott intercepted Ryan Tannehill with less than a minute to go to seal the game for the Bills.
On the Dolphins' previous possession, Jairus Byrd intercepted a pass right in front of Dolphins WR Davone Bess. It was Byrd's fourth pick of the season.
The Bills' only touchdown came after the defense stopped the Dolphins on their first possession. Leodis McKelvin took a punt the distance to put the Bills up 7-0 before their offense had even touched the ball.
Rian Lindell added four field goals after Bills drives stalled in the red zone.
The Bills led 19-7 at halftime, and did not score in the second half.
This was the first night game since the Bills hosted Cleveland in 2008.