So the other day I saw on youtube someone had posted the "top 10 plays of the Miami Dolphins"; so naturally I decided to check it out. While the plays were nice, they were all relatively recent, as I am assuming the video was probably posted by a younger fan. But this got me to thinking- what would the Dolphins' top 5 plays of all time be? Obviously subjective, I decided to come up with a list in my head while I was cleaning the house. Here is what I came up with- do you agree? Where do you differ? It is the off season now, so something hopefully interesting we can debate. 5. Fake Spike, 1994; because it was not a playoff game, I ranked this 5th; but the legendary play kept the team's 1994 momentum rolling, got a key divisional win, and sent the Jets into a downward spiral. 4. Lamar Smith finishes off Colts, playoffs, 2000; I remember diving out of my seat after Lamar Smith sealed the playoff victory and comeback vs the Colts at home after the 2000 season. Miami did everything wrong in the first half, but Smith's 200+ yard rushing day nailed down the victory with his brutal TD run. 3. Hook and Lateral, 1981; while the Dolphins lost this game, it was an amazing play to put them back in the game. They could have won this game with better FG kicking, gone to the AFC Championship. 2. AJ Duhe's INT pick 6 vs Jets, 1982 AFC Championship; this play sealed the AFC Championship against the Jets in 1982 and sent the Dolphins in a strike shorted season to the Super Bowl. 1. Larry Seiple's fake punt vs Steelers, 1972. Changed the game, saved the undefeated season, propelled Miami to first Super Bowl title. Honorable Mention: 1994 4th and 5 Marino to Fryer vs Patriots opening day.