Dolphins Vs. Bills Score Update: Reggie Bush Surpasses 200 Yard Mark With 76 Yard Touchdown Run

The Miami Dolphins instantly responded to a fourth quarter Buffalo touchdown on Sunday when Reggie Bush broke a run for 76 yards to give the Fins a 30-13 lead. Bush will not only break the 100 plus yard mark for the third straight week, but will actually eclipse the 200 yard mark. He has 25 carries for 203 yards, and the 76 yard score was the longest play of the season for Miami, just passing Brandon Marshall's 65 yard touchdown a quarter earlier.

Bush's 203 yard day is the most productive outing for a Miami running back since Ricky Williams rushed for 216 yards in 2002. He was flagged for going to the ground in celebration. An animated gif of the celebration is below:

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The Buffalo Bills tried to make it interesting in the fourth, as they cut Miami's lead to ten points on CJ Spiller's second touchdown of the day. Kevin Burnett would pick off their two point conversion attempt to keep it a two score game. That wouldn't last long, however, as the Bush touchdown would quickly respond on the next play.

For more on the Dolphins, please visit The Phinsider, SB Nation's Dolphins blog. For the perspective from the other side, please visit Buffalo Rumblings, SB Nation's Bills blog.

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