Jerry Hughes not pleased with Walt Coleman's crew

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Buffalo Bills' 22-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins:

Hughes recalls Patriots game: Defensive end Jerry Hughes was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct in the fourth quarter and said he wasn't given an explanation for the call. "There really wasn't one," Hughes said. "I did yell because I did get held on that play. I made sure I yelled, 'Holding.' Whatever else came after that, I really don't know. I don't know. ... I've never really seen a holding call missed at the point of attack like that. So I really don't know. I'm at a loss for words right now."

Hughes was also flagged for a questionable unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in Week 6 against the New England Patriots, a game that was also officiated by Walt Coleman's crew. "It's the same crew from New England, from when we played New England, so it just doesn't surprise me," Hughes said.

Gilmore's teammates question call: Cornerback Stephon Gilmore was also on the receiving end of a questionable call in the fourth quarter, a 24-yard defensive pass interference penalty as Gilmore was trying to break up a pass intended for Mike Wallace. Asked how his teammates reacted to the play, Gilmore said, "Everybody [was] telling me it was a bulls--- call," Gilmore said. "So it is what it is. They made it. Gotta live with it." Gilmore added that he didn't know how else to play the pass.

Orton has toe injury: Quarterback Kyle Orton rose slowly after his intentional grounding call in the end zone, and now we might know why: Orton has a toe injury, according to coach Doug Marrone. Orton finished the game, so it doesn't appear to be a serious ailment. Marrone said he did not consider going to backup EJ Manuel.