The Indianapolis Colts won 11 games last season and reached the conference championship game.
And the Buffalo Bills depantsed them Sunday in Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Bills threw for a long touchdown, ran for a long touchdown, converted two turnovers into 10 points and flummoxed Andrew Luck for much of the afternoon in a 27-14 coming-out party.
Aside from running back LeSean McCoy having trouble with the pound part of "ground and pound," the Bills did whatever they wanted against perceived Super Bowl contenders while amassing a 24-0 lead in the third quarter.
Rex Ryan drew up a masterful defensive scheme. Play-caller Greg Roman had the offense humming.
So many of the Bills' new toys looked fun. In the first half, all but one rushing attempt and one reception were recorded by players who weren't on the team last year.
Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was the MVP. He was remarkably efficient, completing 14 of his first 16 throws for 195 yards and a touchdown and didn't have consecutive incompletions until the fourth quarter.
Taylor's best throw -- and he had a few -- was a gorgeous 51-yard strike to Percy Harvin in the end zone on the final play of the first quarter.
Oh, hey, welcome to the NFL, Karlos Williams. His first touch was a 26-yard touchdown run right before halftime.
Then the Bills took the ball at the start of the third quarter and went 80 yards for another touchdown, this one for Boobie Dixon.
Buffalo's defense performed as advertised, although rookie cornerback Ron Darby was not a concern as many feared. Darby intercepted an underthrown Luck pass in the first quarter.
Let's not forget Pro Bowl defensive tackle Marcell Dareus didn't play because of his one-game suspension.
The New England Patriots will have plenty to worry about next Sunday at The Ralph.