reggie-bush_3_web.jpgORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — With the snow falling, Reggie Bush and the Miami Dolphins didn't look out of place after the running back slid feet-first through the end zone to celebrate the longest run and most productive game of his career.

Bush rushed for a career-high 203 yards and his 76-yard TD run helped seal a 30-23 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday in Miami interim coach Todd Bowles' debut after Tony Sparano was fired last week.

Matt Moore showed no signs of a head and neck injury that sidelined him a week ago by throwing two touchdown passes -— a 22-yarder to Anthony Fasano and a 65-yard strike to Brandon Marshall — and finishing with 217 yards passing.

Cornerback Vontae Davis had two of Miami's three interceptions and Dan Carpenter hit three field goals in helping the Dolphins win for the fifth time in seven games following a 0-7 start.

Though both AFC East teams are 5-9, the Dolphins have moved ahead of Buffalo in the division after sweeping the season series following a 35-8 win at Miami a month ago.

Bush’s 203 yards rushing ranks third on the Dolphins' list.  And Bush has three straight 100-yard games and four this season after he had just one in five seasons in New Orleans.

Photo: Reggie Bush