Dolphins keep it close with Bills on Skylar Thompson touchdown pass and 2-point conversion Seventh-round rookie Skylar Thompson has kept the underdog Dolphins in the game in Buffalo. Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images 3:03 PM ET Marcel Louis-JacquesESPN ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday's wild card matchup with the Buffalo Bills as a record 14-point underdog; someone may have forgotten to tell them. The Dolphins scored 17 unanswered points after falling behind 17-0 in the first half, tying the game on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Skylar Thompson to Mike Gesicki . Following the Gesicki TD, a successful 2-point conversion tied the game at 17-17. The play was set up by Miami's second interception of the game, when Jevon Holland corralled a deflected pass and returned it to the Bills' 17-yard line. Miami had cut the score to 17-9 with just over one minute remaining in the half, after a 50-yard punt return by Cedrick Wilson was followed by Jason Sanders ' third field goal of the game. Holland then intercepted Josh Allen on the Bills' third play of the following drive to set up Gesicki's touchdown. Thompson found wide receiver Tyreek Hill on the two-point conversion attempt to tie the game at 17. Buffalo answered right back with a 39-yard field goal to take a 20-17 lead into halftime.