By Associated Press - Thursday, November 13, 2014

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Ryan Tannehill shook off five sacks and a third-quarter deficit, throwing for two late touchdowns to help the Miami Dolphins break a streak of three consecutive losses to Buffalo with a 22-9 win Thursday.

Tannehill went 26 for 34 for 240 yards and threw touchdown passes of 7 yards to Brandon Gibson and 8 yards to Jarvis Landry. Lamar Miller rushed for 86 yards for the Dolphins, who trailed 9-3 before outscoring Buffalo 19-0 over the final 18 minutes left.

The Dolphins improved to 6-4, their best record after 10 games since 2008. The Bills, trying to end a 14-year playoff drought, fell to 5-5 with their second loss in a row.

The Dolphins had scored one touchdown in 33 possessions against Buffalo before late TD drives of 80 and 63 yards.

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