5 Miami Regular Season Losses That Still Irks You

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  1. ReppinThe941

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    So many horrid memories that this brings up.

    Randy Moss reverse pass to beat us in Minny and then blowing the next week against the Pats. NE could have had 20 defenders on the field and still would not have been able to stop Ricky. Those two Games - Brutal.

    Olindo Mare missing 3 FGs off the infield dirt and then Brady OT bomb to Troy Brown to push us to insignificance for over 10 years.

    Big Ben fumble into endzone when Ike Alama Francis walks out of pile with the ball. Then after the game Ben talks about how he recovered it, which he did not. Gene Steratore.

    Darren Sharper pre half time pick 6 that he fumbles through end zone. Called TD, lost control of the ball at 4 yard line. Saints come back and beat us after big 2nd half to Shockey. Gene Steratore again.

    See any Texans Game pre 2015.
    Expansion Season. Matt Schaub QB Draw. Kris Brown with 58 yard FG as time expires.

    Charles Clay dropped Td on 3rd and goal in DET. Then Stafford to Theo Riddick FTW. One week removed from Philbin TO fiasco allowing Rodgers to capitalize.

    And so many more....
     
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    I was at that game vs. Houston where Kris Brown beat the Dolphins 21-20 (or whatever the hell it was). The expectation was Miami would win by 21 easy. **** me with that game.

    On the flip side, my favorite game was the 34-10 win over Denver to start the season. Jason Taylor had a pick 6 as time expired off Jake Plummer. Denver was favored in that game. It was a wonderful experience.
     
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    Yeah it was 21-20. David Carr had 266 passing yards. I'll never forget that stat lol the media said David Carr was finally coming on as a QB. Apparently some Miami players talked a lot of crap in warmups saying they'll see Houston players after the "practice" lol
     
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    One of a few disappointments I've seen in person there. Another being the 41-14 game vs Buffalo a few years ago. Hell the 17-7 loss to Tennessee on a Saturday (hurricane pushed the game up a day) where Jay Fiedler was benched at halftime in favor of AJ Feeley was another nut-puncher.
     
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    1984 Loss to the 4Whiners in the SB. Marino could have had his ring in his first year. Zero scored in the second half 38-16

    1983 Miamis loss to the Redskins in the SB. Fulton Walker returned he KO 98 yards right before halftime and we led 17-10 at the half . Miami gets punked by Riggens in the 4th qtr and the Redskins gain a SB record 276 rushing yards.

    1997 NE beats Miami 3 times in the same season. Miami D melts down in the last 3 minutes of the playoff game typical of the Zach Thomas, JT 90's years. Those 3 losses along with the others mentioned.
     
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    I was born in 89 so I don't recall too many regular season 90s games. I was probably more concerned with acquiring a charizard.

    2002 the Minnesota and New England road games. That season was our best shot at a SB that i can recall in a long time and we went from potential 1 seed to out of the playoffs in 2 weeks
    2003 the New England home game, pretty much speaks for itself
    2014 Packers game, seemed like they were turning the corner and then Philbin happened. That timeout at the end of the game was baffling paired with the fake spike.
    2016 Seahawks game felt like a nostalgic gut punch from my teenage years in the 2000s. It felt good in a weird way, like a sneeze.
     
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    Winless Bears at Pro Player on a Monday night in 1997. The game was moved to Monday because of F'N baseball. I had a bad feeling.

    Miami is up 33-15 halfway through th 4th quarter.

    Lose in overtime
     
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    It got moved for Game 7 of the world series that year. I'd trade that loss for a world series title everytime.
     
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    One that stands out in my head. I believe it was a 2014 game against the patriots, when the phins were called for illegally batting the ball down field when the ball was just out of reach of Vernon, I think. The pats regain possession and when the game
     
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    Or do the Dolphins get an "F" b/c no one could name 5 playoff games that irk them?
     
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    Id rather view a re-run of a preseason loss before you could get me to to watch the world series of baseball.
     
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    Anytime we get beat by Philip Rivers...
     
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    Ahh, well that would explain it! Thanks.
     
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    I was 11, and I'm al,out certain I cried as well. The Bills games back then were everything to us.
     
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    I don't remember the Houston game all that well and the Colts game sucked, but it was Peyton, so oh well. But, those other three.....

    I was 17 for the Jets game, watching the game in the billiards room of the hotel I was staying in with my mom. I just about broke a pool cue. THAT was the game that made me hate the Jets.

    I was watching that Broncos game at a bar called American Tap Room here in Northern VA (Arlington to be exact) and at the end of the game I saw a Dolphins "fan" wearing his jersey, standing in his chair cheering that they had just lost to Tebow (it was obviously the Suck for Luck year). I went over to him and pushed him off his chair and told him to take off the jersey because he was a disgrace to fans everywhere.

    My buddy who I frequently watch games with that is a Steelers fan, still won't admit that Ben fumbled that ball. I do feel like we got payback by Antonio Brown stepping out of bounds in the snow.
     
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    This was the 1st Dolphins game I ever attended. Went with my now wife and 2 buddies and all 3 were Giants fans. Even rode on a Giants fan bus down from Danbury, CT. It was a hard loss to take especially after thinking we were going to be able to go because of the HUGE snow storm we had gotten that last weekend in October. Led so much of it. Burnt at the end again.
     
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    Yup I was so disgusted lol

    The whole game I was thinking "when will they choke?" lol

    Marshall should have never got called for that O pass int.

    I knew the Giants would come back and win just sucks it had to be the refs and the Giants lol

    PHINS UP!!
     
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    None really bother me anymore. But when I was a kid I'd have to put the Earl Cambell 200 yard MNF game up there.
     
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    You guys are too young.

    1976 vs LA Rams, lose 31-28 after squandering a 28-3 halftime lead

    1976 at Cleveland, lose 17-13 when Griese forgets what down it is on the final drive

    1976 vs Colts, MNF at home, lose 17-16 when Dolphins score "tying" TD in final seconds and Garo has XP blocked... easy to forget at this time and distance from those days what an arrogant little jerk bert jones truly was

    1979 vs Oilers, MNF at home, after 2 losses to blue in '78, lose 9-6 with ball on HOU 25 with Griese throwing the ball straight to Robert Brazile in the final seconds...easy to forget at this time and distance from those days what an arrogant little jerk dan pastorini truly was too... the first Dolphin game ever w/ 0 TD's on either side and the first time I ever watched the Dolphins lose in person

    Only ONE of you other guys can even go back as far as the Snow Plow LOL
     
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    coalesce Dolphin Fan since 1974

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    It's not the regular season, but who remembers the Sea Of Hands? I was 9 and that still irks me. And I always loved when the Steelers would play the Oilers in the playoffs because they could stop Earl Campbell, whereas we couldn't.
     
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    Any game that Feeley played in was a nut-puncher.
     
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    The sad part is I was completely stoked when I saw that he was warming up on the sideline and was about to replace Fielder.

    What a ****ing clown show.
     
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    In chronological order

    1978 season: Week 12 Mon Nov 20 1978 at Houston Oilers 35, Miami 30

    This was the Monday night classic where Earl Campbell shredded the Dolphins defense. A month or so later the Dolphins were bounced from the playoffs by the same team at home.

    1982 season: Week 6 Sun Dec 12 1982 at New England 3, Miami 0

    The infamous snow plow game. Still irks me. Despite that game we still made it to Super Bowl that year. To bad Riggins was there also.

    1997 season: Week 16 Sun Dec 14 1997 at Indianapolis 41, Miami 0
    1997 season: Week 17 Mon Dec 22 1997 at Miami, New England 14, Miami 12

    Back to back games in the 97 season. The first I attended with high hopes of clinching AFC East title against the woeful 2-12 Colts. What followed was the most embarrassing game I ever attended. Left in the 3rd quarter after the Colts scored to start the second half. Knew it was over. Never even competed in that game. It was a long drive home.
    Then the following week with AFC title on the line the Dolphins were robbed by the refs multiple times. They blew a fumble return for TD dead early that would have opened up the game. Kept NE in it all the way. The loss to end the regular season ensured a trip to NE and an early exit from playoffs in what looked like a very promising season.

    2000 season: Week 8 Mon Oct 23 2000 at NY Jets 40, Miami 37 (OT)

    Monday Night Meltdown. It was almost like that game was staged with Swartenager in booth saying Jets would win. Most bizarre loss ever. That loss ended up being the difference in traveling to Oakland where we were shutout in playoffs or getting to play at home.

    The worst 5 game regular season stretch for me was in 1989

    1989 season: Week 12 Sun Nov 26 1989 at Mia Pittsburgh 34, Miami 14
    1989 season: Week 13 Sun Dec 3 1989 at KC Kansas City 26, Miami 21
    1989 season: Week 14 SnN Dec 10 1989 at Mia Miami 31, New England 10
    1989 season: Week 15 Sun Dec 17 1989 at Ind Indianapolis 42, Miami 13
    1989 season: Week 16 Sun Dec 24 1989 at Mia Kansas City 27, Miami 24

    After beating the Cowboys on Thanksgiving day and having the best record in football at 9-2 the Dolphins lost the next 5 to miss the playoffs and endure one of the worst collapses in NFL history. That was brutal.
     
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    You guys have included probably my top 5 in there above, but 2003 was a bad year with two games already above from this list. Here's one that has always bugged me:
    Colts 27, Miami 17 (from 2003)

    I will go down as one of those who always hated Jay Fiedler and Dave Wannstedt. Throughout those years, I was always looking for someone, ANYONE to replace Fiedler and give us a shot. The talent on those teams was so good, outside of quarterback (and coaching), it's terrible we won just one playoff game during that time.
    Wannstedt seemed to HATE anything that reminded the fans of the team's glory years, and Brian Griese represented the worst of that. It felt like Wannstedt would handcuff anyone who might have any shot at replacing Fiedler. In Griese's first game as a starter, replacing the oft-injured Fiedler, he led the team to an impressive win vs. the Chargers. This Colts game, vs. Peyton Manning, was his second game. Down by just 6, Buckley picked off Manning and gave us the ball at the 15 with under 3 minutes to play. With our defense, if we score 7 there, we probably win that game, giving Griese an impressive 2-0 start with us, making it harder for Fiedler to come back when healthy. But on second down from the 13, Freeney comes around untouched to sack Griese and force the fumble, giving the ball back to the Colts, who just ran out the clock. I always thought that maybe, just maybe, if we win that game, maybe we can finally rid ourselves of the Fiedler curse that had held back the team for almost 4 years...I guess the next year the wheels came off and we finally managed to get rid of him, but by then the damage was done and the team spiraled down out of control for the next decade...

    I know Brian didn't play that well for us overall, but I always felt that as the quarterback who preceded Tom Brady at Michigan, and who took them to an undefeated national championship, that perhaps with the right coaching, he could have been a better pro. As it was, his overall stats are still superior to Fiedler's...but I suppose that wasn't hard to do...even Damon Huard's career stats are superior to Jay's...
     
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    Losing 8 straight to the Jets between 1998 and 2002 was a major pie in the face to the franchise. All the losses seemed to have some embarrassing quality like blown leads, Fiedler pick 6's, Ray Lucas, defensive meltdowns, Bernie Parmalee, Bryan Cox, Mike Westhoff all getting revenge, playoff chances squandered, etc....Those losses and an inability to explain them started to make me think the Zach Thomas/Jason Taylor defenses just weren't that clutch.
     
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    Ugh that streak was terrible. It just always felt like the jets would win no matter what. That 24-0 loss to them at home during that streak was abysmal. Was so elated with Miami crushed the jets 30-3 at home with Ricky running all over them in 2003.
     
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    Yep can't believe Freeney came around untouched. I believe that fumble came exactly right after the Buckley int. I believe the final score was 23-17. Miami finished that year 10-6 and missed the playoffs. Aside from the Houston loss everyone else they lost to had at least 12 wins: New England (2), Tennessee, Philadelphia and Indianapolis. That Houston loss cost them the playoffs.
     
  28. maralieus

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    Minnesota, 2003. Culpepper sneaks on 4th to keep the drive alive and the kicker wins it as time expires. Oh yeah, and Chris carter had the worst game of his career against his former team and cost us the game.

    The very next week..... NE 2003. I wont even go here because I still tend to rant when I get going about this game. This one is the worst.

    Texans, 2008. I remember screaming "sneak!! Sneak!!!" at the tv. David carr RUNS in the gw td as our defense parts like the red sea.



    2007 vs pats. This one was just so damn ugly that it scarred me as a fin fan. Brady was literally just tossing the ball downfield and Moss was catching it over our guys like he was playing ****ing vs his kids. It was humiliating. And to make matter worse we were all terribly worried about 19-0. Thank you Giants.

    2015 green bay packers. The timeout by philbin when they were scrambling and probably gonna have a bad play. The fumble recovery that didnt happen. The fake spike. Smh. Everyone in the damn stadium knew that Rodgers was going to throw it to quarless. He even stopped and pointed to him and nodded. Wheeler knew it was coming and fast and still could do nothing to stop it. Good riddance wheeler.

    Good thing we're not includong playoff games because I've got a couple doozies.....well I guess we all do.
     
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    Miami didn't play green bay in 2015. I know what game you're talking about though with the fake spike. Also that was Matt Schuab, not Carr that ran in for the game winner. lol Houston had already gotten rid of Carr by then.
     
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    I remember I was like 14 when that game happened. It was on my birthday and my mom wanted to get me tickets for me and a friend and drive from Ohio to indy...but they were out of our price range, so instead I went shopping for a new dolphins coat. Reversible pretty awesome. But I remember listening to the game on the radio and just being sooooooooo bummed out. My boys got smoked for my birthday that year. Since then I think twice when there are games on my birthday.
     
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    '89 rivals '93.
     
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    Here are 5 more:

    1995 vs Colts- The Steve Emtman Show. YouTube the highlights you'll understand.


    1997 or possibly 1998 @ Jaguars- Primetime TV game and Rookie Fred Taylor destroys our run defense. What irked me the most was Tony Boselli taunting our defense by making a "come on guys this way" type of hand gesture after a huge gain off a run play.


    1995 MNF vs 49ers- Jerry Rice makes our secondary look like a pee-wee football team.

    2016 @ Seahawks- A haunting feeling remains from the Stills dropped pass. What could've been.

    2016 @ Ravens- Time after time play after play the middle of the field was unoccupied territory need I say more?
     
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    If we're talking postseason for me number one would be the Sea of Hands loss in 1974.

    That one still bugs. If Miami wins that, the Dolphins have a home field game in the Orange Bowl against Pittsburgh. No guarantees that the Dolphins win that match-up, but IMO the Steelers were the third best team in the AFC that year. I feel pretty confident Miami would have beaten Minnesota for their third straight super bowl title.

    The Sea of Hands game essentially ended Miami's short-lived dynasty.
     
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    I"ve got to go with the Jax playoff massacre. I was on vacation in the bahamas and watched at the hotel sports bar. Completely ruined the whole time there.

    The Jets Monday night comeback win is also on my list.

    Also the Oakland playoff loss ( sea of hands ) in 73 that probably kept us from 3 straight SB wins.

    (I do realize two of these are not regular season which the OP asked for )
     
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    Yup....this one is it for me. We had that game.......
     
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    Hide all the sharp objects after watching this. Still f***ing hurts!


     
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    1990 - 13-10 to Raiders on MNF. Dolphins came in with #1 ranked defense and got exposed badly. Set the tone for the second half of the season as the defense got progressively worse.
     
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    All of them.
     
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    1. Sea of hands hurt because I still think Stabler was down. Plus having a guy with some of the worst hands in the NFL catch that added salt to the wound. My first full dolphin game that I watched.

    2. Super Bowl against the 9ers. After Marino demolished the Steelers in the Championship game I just knew he'd do the same against the 9ers.

    3. Losing to the Pats in to set up a rematch with the Bears. I think Eason or Grogan threw the ball like 12 times and they ran all over us with Craig James if all people. I still think we beat the bears again in the Super Bowl.

    4. San Diego game where the turned the lights out on us at half. Dirty bastards.

    5. Losing to the Broncos in 98 after idiot Shannon Sharpe said they'd be back in Miami for the Super bowl after we thumped them on MNF.


    Back on topic.

    1. 1993 when Marino was lost for the season with an Achilles injury. That one hurt as I thought we were Super Bowl bound that year.

    2. 1996 Marino breaks his ankle against the colts in a10-6 loss. Another season derailed.

    3. I refuse to use the nickname but losing to Testeverde and the Jets on MNF. I didn't sleep one wink that night.

    4. I think it was 1990 when the Jets beat us to knock us out if the playoffs. Losing suck but it always seems to hurt twice as bad when it's to the Jets.

    5. Losing to the Bills with Tad Lewis 16-0. Sherman just couldn't make any adjustments to beat their blitz. Offensive line couldn't block my sister that game. That was the final nail for Philbin and crew for me. We were flat (again) and under prepared (again). Then we do it again against the Jets the following week. How was Philbin not fired?
     
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    Stabler wasn't down bro, re-watch the clip. And yeah, Clarence f'ing Davis of all people catches that wounded duck.
     

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