6. Yep, it was the special teams-edge, once again, that gave a big edge to the Dolphins. Special teams coach Darren Rizzi threw a “Rizzi” (yeah, I’m making that a word) on the sideline, dropping to his knees, throwing hands in the air, when Charles Harris somehow ran by Buffalo punter Matt Darr without blocking the punt. But there was game-deciding good stuff, too. The punt-coverage unit recovered a muffed punt by Buffalo, leading to a touchdown just before half. Some appreciation of the Dolphins special teams came in watching the Bills, too. A missed Buffalo extra-point. A penalty to start the second half that put Buffalo on its 7-yard line. And then there was yet another nice Matt Haack punt , this one smothered by Walt Aikens at the Buffalo 4-yard line in the third quarter. That was the 30th Haack punt placed inside the 20-yard line this year. The 31st came just before the Bills’ final drive, making them start at their 10-yard line and needing a touchdown. This punt-a-thon of a game, in fact, involved two of Rizzi’s discoveries in Haack and former Dolphins punter Matt Darr, who was signed by Buffalo last week.