After squandering a 14-0 lead the Bills used a key Mario Williams sack-fumble to set up a game-winning kick from Dan Carpenter to beat the Dolphins 23-21.

Dan Carpenter kicked a 31-yard field goal with 34 seconds remaining and the Buffalo Bills did enough defensively to eke out a 23-21 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 7.

Carpenter's game-winning field goal was set up by a sack-strip from Mario Williams who dislodged the ball from Ryan Tannehill (with Kyle Williams recovering) with roughly three minutes remaining in the contest. The Bills picked up a crucial first down running the football on the ensuing drive forcing Miami to spend all three timeouts prior to Carpenter's game-winning kick.

Fred Jackson picked up that aforementioned key first down playing through an early knee injury and making several big plays for the Bills. Those included a short touchdown run to give the Bills an early 14-0 lead; Jackson finished the day with 36 tough yards on 11 carries. His efforts and a gritty ground performance overall (90 yards was a season low but big yards came in key spots) helped the Bills overcome a rough game from Thad Lewis who completed 21-of-32 passes for 202 yards with an interception.