The Dolphins entered Sunday’s game against the Broncos with back-to-back wins.

When triple zeroes lit up the scoreboard at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami didn’t just win its third consecutive game. The Dolphins dropped a whopping 70 points on the Broncos on their way to a 70-20 victory against Denver.

While Miami finished two points shy of the NFL’s record for most points in a game (72), the Dolphins surpassed their franchise record for most points in a game (56). They also eclipsed the team’s previous record for most yards ever in a game (595), finishing with a total of 726 in the game. 

NFL fans were thrilled to see the Dolphins’ offensive firepower against a Broncos’ squad led by head coach Sean Payton and quarterback Russell Wilson. During the offseason, Payton took multiple jabs at former Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett—now the Jets offensive coordinator—for his poor performance with the franchise last season. After Denver surrendered 70 points, it appears that Payton might not be much better than Hackett in only three weeks of the season.