The Buffalo Bills matchup against the Miami Dolphins got off to a slow start on Sunday, but quarterback Josh Allen and his offense stepped up in the second half to drive home a 26-11 win.

Late in the fourth quarter, Allen ran the ball into the endzone himself, his third score of the day, and tying quarterback Cam Newton for the most rushing touchdowns (28) by an NFL quarterback in his first 50 starts. However, instead of going for the extra point afterward, the Bills tried and failed for a two-point conversion.

Miami’s defense pounded Allen to the ground with just over a minute left to play in the fourth quarter, which led to a scuffle between the Bills star quarterback and Dolphins defensive end Christian Wilkins.

Teammates for both players fought to keep them apart, and while Allen walked backward away from Wilkins, he started waving goodbye to the Dolphins’ defenseman.