The Dolphins’ incredible 70–20 win over the Broncos on Sunday was one for the history books. Fans watched in awe as Miami embarrassed Denver and fell just two points shy of the NFL record for most points in a game. It got so easy to the point where the Dolphins offense was apparently planning their touchdown celebrations before they’d even find the end zone.

Wide receiver Tyreek Hill was mic’d up for the game and can be heard asking quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, “Can we do our celebration we worked on?”

“We’re gonna do the celebration when we score right here,” Tagovailoa said in the second quarter. 

Sure enough, the signal-caller handed the ball off to running back Raheem Mostert for a touchdown and the offense gathered in the end zone for a synchronized dance routine. The score made it a 35–10 game at the time and Mostert would finish the game with three touchdowns. 

Adding insult to injury just doesn’t do it justice.