Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins

2nd in AFC East 11-6-0 Overall 4-2-0 AFC
2023-24 REGULAR SEASON
276.4 PYPG
135.8 RYPG
29.2 PPG
401.3 TotY/G

2023 AFC East Standings

Team
W
L
T
PCT
PF
PA
DIFF
BUF
11
6
0
0.647
451
311
140
MIA
11
6
0
0.647
496
391
105
NYJ
7
10
0
0.412
268
355
-87
NE
4
13
0
0.235
236
366
-130

Team Information

Founded 1965
Ground Hard Rock Stadium
Owner(s) Stephen M. Ross
City Miami Gardens, Florida
Nickname Dolphins
CEO Tom Garfinkel
General Manager Chris Grier
Head Coach Mike McDaniel
Mascots T. D.
NFL Championships 2 Super Bowl Championsjips (1972 and 1973)
Playoff Appearances 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008, 2016, 2022
Division AFC East

2023 Regular Season Leaders

All Statistics
Passing Yards
Rushing Yards
Receiving Yards

Miami Dolphins News

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Miami Dolphins Bio

Established in 1965 the Miami Dolphins are the oldest professional sports team in Florida. They made their professional football debut in 1966 as the ninth team to join the American Football League. Over the years, the Dolphins have achieved great success, including two Super Bowl victories in the 1972 and 1973 seasons, making them the only team with an undefeated season in NFL history. Led by legendary coach Don Shula, the Dolphins became a dominant force in the '70s and '80s. Although they have not won a Super Bowl since then, the team remains competitive and strives for greatness. Dolphins fans, known for their unwavering loyalty, fill Hard Rock Stadium with enthusiasm and energy on game days. Miami's vibrant football culture and iconic teal and orange colors make it a celebrated franchise in the NFL. The 1972 Miami Dolphins finished their perfect 17-0-0 season by defeating the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII after winning the AFC Eastern division and AFC titles.


The Dolphins, who were established by Joseph Robbie, also had a flawless opening game in their inaugural AFL season. Dan Marino, a quarterback, developed into one of the NFL's most prolific passers between the years of 1983 and 1999, setting multiple passing records for the league. Before retiring after the 1999 season, Marino coached the Dolphins to five division titles, ten playoff berths, and a Super Bowl XIX participation. Since then the Dolphins have only reached moderate levels of success in the NFL with only 4 playoff appearances. The Dolphins have been competing in the AFC East division of the NFL since 1970. The franchise is currently valued at around $4.6 billion by Forbes.


New England Patriots v Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots v Miami Dolphins


Miami Dolphins Next Game

The Miami Dolphins' schedule for the upcoming NFL season includes some exciting matchups against tough opponents. The regular season kicks off with an away game against the Los Angeles Chargers, followed by a Monday Night Football clash against the New England Patriots in Foxborough. Back at home, they face the Denver Broncos and then travel to take on the Buffalo Bills. The Dolphins will have a bye week in Week 10 before resuming action against the Las Vegas Raiders and the New York Jets, among others. They end the regular season with an away game against the Baltimore Ravens. The preseason sees them playing against the Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars. Dolphins fans can expect an action-packed season with both home and away games that will keep them on the edge of their seats.


Read more about Miami Dolphins Schedule and Kee­p track of every NFL play on our NFL Schedule­ page. Discover each matchup's de­tails, catch score updates, and thrilling news in re­al time!


Miami Dolphins Roster 2023-24

The Dolphins have an impressive roster going into the upcoming NFL season with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddle and cornerback Jalen Ramsey. Rookie cornerback Cam Smith will likely be a third option cornerback in the roster with a lot to learn from teammates Jalen Ramsey and Xavien Howard. Rookie pick Devon Achane is another player to look out for. Coach Mike McDaniel's fascination with Achane's blazing 4.32 speed suggests that the young player might have a unique set of plays designed specifically for him each week, provided he quickly grasps the playbook.


Follow the detailed Miami Dolphins Roster and Miami Dolphins Depth Chart


Miami Dolphins Record- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20222nd AFC East9-8-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20213rd AFC East9-8-0Did not qualify
20202nd AFC East10-6-0Did not qualify
20194th AFC East5-11-0Did not qualify
20182nd AFC East7-9-0Did not qualify
20173rd AFC East6-10-0Did not qualify
20162nd AFC East10-6-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20154th AFC East6-10-0Did not qualify
20143rd AFC East8-8-0Did not qualify
20133rd AFC East8-8-0Did not qualify


Miami Dolphins Championships

The Miami Dolphins have one of the most successful playoff records in their early years of playing. From the 1970s till the 1990s the Miami Dolphins were one of the most prominent playoff contenders in the NFL. They won two Super Bowls (1972 and 1973). The Miami Dolphins also won 5 Conference titles out of which they won three of them consecutively (1971-73). The Dolphins also have 13 Divisional titles to their name.


Although the Miami Dolphins were one of the most successful teams, since 2000 the team has rarely made it to the NFL playoffs. The franchise only made it to three playoffs since 2000 (2001, 2008 and 2016).




FAQs

Popular singer Gloria Estefan is not the major owner of the Miami Dolphins. However, Gloria Estefan along with her husband Emilio Estefan became minority owners of the Miami Dolphins and became the first Cuban-Americans to hold an ownership stake in any NFL team.

The Miami Dolphins home stadium is the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The multi-use stadium in Tampa, Florida, which was built in 1998 is the home of both the University of South Florida (USF) Bulls college football team and the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). Although it may be increased to roughly 75,000 for special events by adding temporary seating, the seating capacity for most athletic events is 69,218

The model pirate ship that can be found behind the seating section in the north end zone of Raymond James Stadium, which was constructed at taxpayer cost to replace Tampa Stadium, is its most notable feature.

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The Miami Dolphins had a historic undefeated season in 1972. They etched their name in history as being the only NFL team to have an undefeated season with a record of 17-0-0.


Read more about the Miami Dolphins’ historic undefeated season here.

Legendary NFL player and coach Don Shula is the winningest coach of the Miami Dolphins. With a record of 347 wins, he is not only the winningest coach for the Dolphins but in the history of the league itself. Don Shula was inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997.

You can stream any Miami Dolphins game on the Miami Dolphins app or the NFL Game Pass app. Miami Dolphins games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS. 

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