Dolphins' blowout win over Broncos ends with final score that's never been seen before in NFL history

During the fourth quarter of a blowout NFL game, there isn't usually much drama on the field, but there was a lot of drama in Miami on Sunday

 when the Dolphins beat the Broncos 70-20. The Miami Dolphins made 70 points, and that is not a mistake. 

Even though the Broncos will probably try to forget about this game as soon as possible, they probably won't be able to because

this game is likely to be talked about for years to come. Not only did the Dolphins lose by 70 points, but the game finished in a scorigami, 

which is the first time in NFL history that a game ends with a tie. As you can see, this is the 1,077th different end score in the history of the NFL. 

During this win, the Dolphins broke a lot of marks, which you can read about here. The most important is that they set a club record for points in a game 

 and tied the 1950 Rams for the second-most points ever scored in a regular-season game (Washington set the record of 72 points in a regular-season game in 1966). 

The Bears beat Washington 73-0 in the 1940 NFL championship game to set the playoff record of 73 points.

The Dolphins have been in a scorigami three times in the last three seasons, when they beat Denver. In fact, they have been involved in three of the 14 scorigamis 

that have happened in the NFL in the past 14 years. Before today, it was in Week 17 of the 2021 season, when they lost to the Bills 56-26. 


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