It was tough to pinpoint exactly how the last game of the 2020 regular season. After all, the Bills were expected to rest their starters at some point during the game. Turns out, it was a very fun end to an unforgettable season.

The Bills blew out the Miami Dolphins in Orchard Park, 56-26.

Josh Allen ended up playing the entire first half. He helped his MVP chances, throwing for three touchdowns and finishing with the most passing yards and touchdowns thrown than any other Bills quarterback in franchise history. Allen bested Drew Bledsoe's previous career-high by nearly 200 passing yards.

Stefon Diggs caught 7 passes for 76 yards, which means he currently is the favorite to lead the NFL in both catches and receiving yards, which a Bills receiver has never done.

Backup quarterback Matt Barkley threw a 56-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Gabriel Davis.

The Dolphins now have to wait to see what happens with the Indianapolis Colts game against the Jacksonville Jaguars later today. If the Colts win, the Dolphins will be out of the playoffs.

As for the Bills Wild Card opponent, if the Colts beat the Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans lose to the Houston Texans, the Bills will play Titans at Bills Stadium next week. If the Colts win and the Titans win, the Bills will play the Colts. If the Colts lose, the Bills play Miami.

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