Let's be honest, the Buffalo Bills didn't look very good in the first half against the winless Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

They trailed Miami 14-9 at halftime.

However, the Bills turned on the switch in the second half, as they outscored the Dolphins 22-7 and were led by two passing touchdowns from quarterback Josh Allen -- one to wide receiver John Brown and fellow wide receiver, Cole Beasley.

But the most memorable play of the game happened with under two minutes remaining as Miami trailed by three points. The Dolphins attempted an onside kick, in order to get the ball back with such little time left, but Bills safety Micah Hyde had other plans...

Hyde returned the ball all the way back to the endzone to make the score 31-21 (the final). For those who may not be familiar, returning an onside kick back for a touchdown is pretty unheard of.

The last time I can remember that happening was when Bills safety Henry Jones did so in 1999 against the Arizona Cardinals...yeah, so it doesn't happen very often!

The Bills improved to 5-1, which is the first time they've had that record since 2008. Unlike that season, however, the Bills defense has statistically been among the best in the NFL and the schedule looks very favorable.

The playoffs look likely...*knocks on wood*.