Miami travels to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday afternoon hoping to knock off a Baltimore Ravens squad with the best record in the NFL (13-3).

Fifteen minutes in, the Dolphins were running the ball well on offense, forcing a 10-7 lead on defense.

With just over three minutes to play in the first half, Miami no longer led, but trailed just 14-13 after kicker Jason Sanders' field goal.

That's when the game unfolded

The Ravens added three touchdowns in the final ten minutes to win 56-19.

Wide receiver Tyreek Hill led Miami with six receptions for 76 yards (12.7 avg.), bringing his season total to 1,717, a new franchise record.