The Miami Dolphins enter Week 2 of the NFL season sitting in first place of the AFC East.

If the Fins want to stay in their perch atop of the division, they’ll have to come up with another big win this weekend.

Miami will welcome Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills to South Florida, a team that has beaten the Dolphins in seven of their last eight meetings.

It’s a challenge that second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is up for, though he knows it will be no walk in the park.

“They provide a good amount of problems for us,” Tagovailoa said. “It’s a veteran defense, so with Jordan (Poyer) on one side and (Taron) Johnson on the other side, (Matt) Milano inside, (Tremaine Edmunds) on the other side, you never know what’s going to happen.”

Buffalo will undoubtedly arrive to South Florida a hungry team desperate for a win following their Week 1 home loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.