Dolphins Highlights

General Information

City: Miami, FL
Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium, FL
Conference: AFC East



Super Bowls: 1972 (VII), 1973 (VIII)

Division championships: 1971, 1972, 1973, 1982, 1984

Miami Dolphins All-Time Records

All-Time Passing Leaders

  1. Dan Marino – 61,361
  2. Bob Griese – 25,092
  3. Ryan Tannehill – 20,434

All-Time Rushing Leaders

  1. Larry Csonka – 6,737
  2. Ricky Williams – 6,436
  3. Ronnie Brown – 4,815

All-Time Receiving Leaders

  1. Mark Duper – 8,869
  2. Mark Clayton – 8,643
  3. Nat Moore – 7,546

All-Time Sacks Leaders

  1. Jason Taylor – 131.0
  2. Cameron Wake – 98.0
  3. Bill Stanfill – 69.5

Miami Dolphins History

The Miami Dolphins were founded in 1965 and played their first game in 1966 in the AFL. The team would join the NFL after the two football leagues merged in 1970. The Dolphins would play a massive part in the early years of the modern era of the NFL. They would be the first team to go to three straight Super Bowls, winning two consecutively and having the first unbeaten season in the newly-founded league.

The Miami Dolphins’ team stats would be dominated by the team’s early years, with Dan Marino being the focal point of the Dolphins’ history. Marino, outside of holding most of the Dolphins’ team stats Quarterback records, also broke most passing records while he played. The team, in 2008, would make one of the biggest turnarounds between seasons, going from 1-15 to making the playoffs.

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