Bills Fan Killed Outside Dolphins Stadium After Regular-Season Finale

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Dylan Brody Isaacs was reportedly killed in a parking lot altercation.

Police have confirmed that a 30-year-old Bills fan was fatally shot outside the Dolphins' stadium following the regular-season finale between the two teams. Dylan Brody Isaacs was returning to his vehicle with friends when he became involved in an altercation with the driver of another vehicle. The man, who has not been publicly named, shot Brody before fleeing in a car located by police on Monday. The suspect is believed to be in police custody.

A GoFundMe campaign set up to cover Isaacs' funeral costs has already raised $90,000. Isaac's body will be transported to Six Nations of the Grand River, the largest First Nations reserve in Canada. According to his social media, Isaacs lived locally to the Dolphins' stadium in Hollywood, Florida. Hollywood is about 12 miles from the Dolphins' stadium. This remains a developing story.

Dolphins Expected To Play Coldest Game In Team History

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA - JANUARY 07: Dane Jackson #30 of the Buffalo Bills tackles Cedrick Wilson Jr. #11 of the Miami Dolphins during the first half at Hard Rock Stadium on January 07, 2024 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Rich Storry/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, the Dolphins' upcoming wildcard matchup against the Chiefs is expected to be the coldest game in team history. Daytime highs in Kansas City are projected at 12 degrees. However, with the game set to begin at 7pm, the temperature could be as low as -3 degrees come kickoff. There is also an expected amount of high wind chill. This could majorly affect the game, and the team's strategies. But both sides are going to want to bundle up warm.

If the temperature does hit -3, then it would become the fifth-coldest game in playoff history. The record is the 1967 "Ice Bowl", which had a game-time temperature of -13 and a wind chill temperature of -48. However, the cold weather conditions could pose a problem for Miami. The Dolphins haven't won a game played below 40 degrees since Christmas Eve 2016. Saturday, if projected temperatures are reached, will be the coldest game in Dolphins history.


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