Wrap-up: Dolphins 31, Chiefs 3

Here are some thoughts on the Miami Dolphins' impressive 31-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.

What it means: The Dolphins (1-7) are no longer winless. They broke a 10-game losing streak, dating to last season. Miami is playing better football the past three weeks. The team blew a pair of fourth-quarter leads against the Denver Broncos and New York Giants before dominating the Chiefs on Sunday.

What I liked: Miami quarterback Matt Moore played his best game of the season. He was efficient and effective for the Dolphins. Moore completed 17 of 23 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns. I also liked how the Dolphins took control of this game and knew how to finish. Miami took a 14-3 lead at halftime and turned it into a 28-point win.

What I didn't like: There is little to complain about when a team wins its first game of the season in convincing fashion. The only complaint would be that the Indianapolis Colts fell to 0-9 with another ugly loss. Indianapolis now is the clear-cut favorite in the Andrew Luck sweepstakes, especially if Miami continues to play competitive football.

What's next: The Dolphins will return home and try to win their first home game at Sun Life Stadium against the Washington Redskins. Miami is 1-12 in its past 13 contests at home.