Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills stormed into Stephen Ross’ “new” Sun Life Stadium and handed the Miami Dolphins a brutal 41-14 whooping, one of the worst losses of Joe Philbin’s tenure in Miami.

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Here’s a six-pack recap:

Game Ball: Tyrod Taylor

Taylor shredded what was supposed to be the Dolphins’ defense, airing out 277 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions on 21-for-29 passing. Rex Ryan could easily be the choice here as well after blatantly having his team more prepared coming into this one.

The Dolphins were outscored 27-0 in the first half, with a chunk of the points springing off Buffalo’s quick-passing attack.

Fantasy Gem: Rishard Matthews

A player who probably went unanimously undrafted in fantasy leagues this season posted another monster performance with 113 yards and two touchdowns after last week’s seven-catch, 114-yard day in Jacksonville.

It’s highly doubtful he’ll continue to crank out 100-yard games with frequency but with how bad this team has looked through three games, he could be in line for some quality numbers in garbage time.

In One Picture:

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Charles Clay #85 and Matthew Mulligan #82 of the Buffalo Bills celebrate a touchdown during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on September 27, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Three Bills celebrating a first-half touchdown with a sky of gloom in the background? That’s about right.

Fan of the Game:


via CBS

The pulse of the Dolphins’ fan base in a nutshell.

Top Tweet:

If this game was a movie… Scary Movie because this one was a horror show of comical proportions. Hopefully there’s no sequel.

On to London.

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