KANSAS CITY, MO - NOVEMBER 06: Quarterback Matt Moore #8 of the Miami Dolphins throws a pass down field against the Kansas City Chiefs during the second quarter on November 6, 2011 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
As if the 31-3 drubbing wasn't enough, we're seeing Miami Dolphins players collect awards for what went down at Arrowhead last weekend. Specifically, QB Matt Moore, who received the AFC Offensive Player of the Week award.
He made the Kansas City Chiefs secondary look silly with an Aaron Rodgers-like performance -- 17-of-23 passes completed, 244 yards and three touchdowns. It was arguably the best game of his career.
(If he's anything like Miles Austin or Ryan Fitzpatrick, he can thank the Chiefs when he gets a new contract.)
The Chiefs have had some player of the week awards this season -- CB Brandon Flowers and LB Derrick Johnson have won Defensive Player of the Week this year while K Ryan Succop has picked up Special Teams Player of the Week earlier this year.
On Sunday, though, they received no awards (unless there's an award for losing by four touchdowns at home to a winless team).