What were former Dolphins greats like? Historical Dolphins Info Wanted.

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  1. PhinsPhan

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    A question to all of you blessed with watching the No Name defense of the 70's or the Killer B's and Mark's Brothers of the early 80s. It is kind of an odd request but seeing as how hard it is to find info on these players can you help me out. I started watching in the 90s and missed out on all of these players.

    What were they like? Share your memories, thoughts and opinions. I have a lot of questions and I wish America's game would run more footage of them.

    If you don't want to go in depth just comment on their most important attributes and who you would best compare them to in the NFL today.

    QB's
    - Griese
    - Earl Morrall

    RB's
    - Csonka
    - Morris
    - Kiick
    - Nathan
    How did the 72 Dolphins run their offense with Csonka. Did he always play FB with Kiick and Morris rotating at HB? Was it primarily the I Form? Was Csonka a good run blocker?


    WR's
    - Nat Moore
    - Mark Clayton
    - Mark Duper

    RT
    - Norm Evans
    LG
    - Bob Keuchenberg
    Both of these guys were not the biggest. Were they strong none the less? Hall of fame worthy? Pass blockers or run blockers or excellent at both? Were they leaders at all or perform best when it counted?

    DE
    - Bill Stanfill
    - Doug Betters
    - Kim Bokamper
    - Bob Matheson
    I am always surprised to hear such accolades for Stanfill and to find out Betters was a DPOY. How good were these guys? What kind of pass rushers were they? Did they have any sort of special moves think Reggie with the Club or Freeney with the Spin or Taylor with the Swim. Were they effective against the run? Anyone know how many sacks they actually have (before sacks became an official stat)?

    DT
    - Bob Baumhauer
    - Manny Fernandez
    How were two guys so undersized so dominant. Which one was better? Baumhauer seemed to put up the numbers but I read Fernandez got 17 tackles in a Superbowl game. An incredible accomplishment let alone done while playing NT.

    ILB
    - A.J. Duhe
    Part of the problem is the lack of sack stats or for that matter tackles. Was this guy fast? A pass rusher? Tough? A leader? He is quite well known and yet I haven't a clue as to how he played.

    Safeties
    - Jake Scott (Hall of fame worthy?)
    - Lyle Blackwood
    - Glenn Blackwood
    Did the Blackwoods play CB at all?

    How did the 53 defense differ from the 3-4. Did they only use it on passing downs?

    What sort of defense did the Killer B's run?

    For those like me NFL.com has video of some players on their website if they appeared in NFL Films footage.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. FinAtic8480

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    Dude go to ebay and did what I did. I started collecting videos of the Miami Dolphin Seasons. You will get all your questions answered.

    Guys like Griese Morrall, Czonka, Kick, Morris, Warfield, Fernandez and Anderson and Scott were the real deal. Just bu as many videos as you can watch them and you will get the much wanted answers. Wikipedia is also a good place to research for former Phins.
     
  3. Roman529

    Roman529 Moon Runner / The 3 AM Crew

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    Manny Fernandez was one of my favorite Phins ever. He seemed to be a guy who really loved life. He use to ride those hovercrafts out in the swamps and go after alligators. They said his eyesight was really bad but he always seemed to be around the football.....kind of like a bigger version of Zach Thomas. I saw a story about him that on the morning of one of the big games, I can't remember if it was a Superbowl or an AFC Championship Game, but his girlfriend was a flight attendant, and a plane crashed in Florida that morning and Manny thought his girlfriend was on the plane. He didn't find out until later that she was working another flight. Manny had a wild haired afro but today he is totally bald and wears glasses. He truely played for the love of the game and hated to lose. I would put him right up there with Nick Buonoconti.
     
  4. elliott

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    when will bob kuechenburg make it to the HOF?

    Little and Langer are there. it's a disgrace that Kooch isn't...
     
  5. PhinsPhan

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    Problem is I can only find 90s videos. For some reason the early 80s is especially tough to find footage on.
     
  6. Awsi Dooger

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    Stick to the '70s specifically early to mid '70s. That's my ultimate advice. Too many Miami fans want to blend the Dolphins of the early to mid '80s into the discussion but those teams were comparative mush.

    Agreed, it's incomparably frustrating that videos of the glory era are not readily available. Extremely difficult to acquire, or get a full feel for what that team was like. Luckily I have a great memory so I can picture all the key plays and games, when Miami was captivated by a sports team unlike anything before or since, but I can understand how it must be vague and elusive to a younger fan.

    Incredibly resourceful team with ultra dedicated players. After a loss the WIOD radio coverage would be stunned deflated silence, players in no mood to speak. A wandering goofball like today's Channing Crowder would have been jettisoned on the first day of camp, no place for him.

    Will McDonough of the Boston Globe always said it was the smartest team in NFL history. That's an excellent base summary. Scott and Anderson were not only great safeties who communicated openly throughout the game, but they were the two dual punt returners, a practice that I'm amazed has been discontinued in the league, or football in general. Anderson was the kamikaze up man who refused to let the punt drop to the cement Poly Turf. He'd gobble up every short punt to prevent the 20 yard roll. Miami got great field position so many times due to that strategy. Scott was the cool customer deep man. He was very dangerous, particularly in his early years as a returner. I remember a circling TD return in the great 34-17 home win over Baltimore in 1970. That was the first major Orange Bowl eruption of the love affair with the newly competitive Dolphins.

    Similarly, Miami was very resourceful on blocking place kicks. Lloyd Mumphord was the outside rusher, flanked inside by Curtis Johnson. If the opponent overplayed Johnson on the inside it gave Mumphord a free dash around the corner. Just the opposite if the flank blocker picked up Mumphord. In that case, Johnson would sneak inside.

    Scott also advised Shula to surrender the safety late in the famous 30-26 win over Pittsburgh on Monday Night in '73, a move that no one saw coming, including Cosell and the ABC booth. Giving up that safety is somewhat common today but at the time it was very, very rare, and never discussed.

    I haven't seen anything in 25+ years that even threatened the smarts and advantage positioning of that early '70s team. That's why it's so frustrating and laughable when I see the Marino era heralded, here or elsewhere. I've got to shake my head and try not to post in disgust. A guy who was too bothered to play fake, a masochistically low number of rushing attempts every year, and we want to claim it was the heyday of Dolphin football. Believe whatever you want.

    Keuchenberg is Hall of Fame worthy but he played in a great era for offensive lineman and routinely was described as no better than 3rd best lineman on his own team. The two guys were who terrific, and Hall of Fame caliber if not for serious injuries shortening their careers, were Bill Stanfill and **** Anderson.
     
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    I've been watching Dolphins games since the early seventies too,and while I think the early seventies teams are the best overall,you can't say the early eighty's teams were mush. Don Strock,Bob Buamhower,Tony Nathan,Don Mcneal,Dwight Stevenson just to name a few and don't forget two Super Bowl appearances in three years,the early eighties were a great time to be a Dolphins fan.

    I agree with the poster that said to get all the video you can, good luck!!
     
  8. dolfanmark

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    Griese was a technician. He was sort of like Pennington, but with a better arm. And in his younger days, he could scramble pretty good. And in those days, Griese called all his own plays.

    Csonka was just amazing. He weighed 255 lbs. The thing was, at that time, most linemen were about 250. There's really no one to compare him to. He was bigger than your average lineman, and he was just a beast. One of my favorite clips has him being stood up in a pile, held by the legs, and he's just swinging forearms at every defender who tries to finish him off. He also once got called for unnecessary roughness for basically punching a DB in the face as he ran him over.

    Mercury Morris was a real jitterbug with amazing speed. When he retired, he had the 3rd highest average yards per carry in league history (behind Brown and Sayers). If you get the Miami Dolphins Silver Anniversary video, there are just some amazing highlights. No one could turn the corner like Merc.

    Kiick was sort of a 3rd down back. They used him to catch passes, and they liked to run him inside the 10. He was known as a "money" back.

    Nathan was a great receiver out of the backfield, and a better runner than given credit for. He had a great average per carry. He just had to share carries for his whole career because Shula liked to share the workload.

    You didn't mention Warfield, but I will. He was Jerry Rice before Jerry Rice. The only WR to average better than 20 yards per catch for his entire career. And he averaged a TD once every 5 catches.

    Nat Moore was a RB coming out of college. He was a quality WR. We threw the ball a lot in 1977, and he had a great year. When Duper and Clayton came along, he moved to the 3rd WR spot where he really excelled.

    Nobody was tougher than Mark Clayton. Clayton would not be denied a catch or a TD. For a little guy, he was super scrappy. If he caught the ball inside the 10, he was getting a TD, regardless of how many DB were around.

    Duper was a world class sprinter. He ran the anchor for the NCAA record holders in the 4x100M relay. He had a gear that no one else had. And he was tough, too, just not as tough as Clayton.

    Bill Stanfill was an absolute monster. He was just a dominant, dominant pass rusher. Sacks weren't even an offical stat back then, so he really didn't get the recognition he deserved.

    Betters was a very good player, another good pass rusher.

    Kim Bokamper was a LB that moved to DE. He was a good pass rusher, but teams ran right at him because he was undersized.

    Bob Baumhower was a perennial Pro Bowl guy. He was great on the nose. He stuffed the run, and could collapse the pocket.

    Bob Matheson wasn't really anything special. The 53 defense was named for him. We had a bunch of injuries one game at DE. So, they put in their biggest LB at DE, and it was Matheson. He kept jumping offsides, and he told the coaches he couldn't get used to the stance. So, they told him to stand up, just stop jumping offide. And the 3-4 defense was born (we called it the 53, for Matheson). He did a good job rushing the passer, but didn't really have an outstanding career.

    Manny Fernandez was an animal. You never saw more big plays from a DT.

    AJ Duhe was a great talent. He would line up at DT, DE, OLB, and ILB, all in the same game. It created total chaos for opposing offenses.

    Jake Scott was a great player. Not only at safety, but he was a good punt returner too. And he was the MVP of Super Bowl VII with 2 picks. Personally, I always felt **** Anderson was more HOF worthy. Anderson always seemed to make the big play when you needed it. And who could forget his 4 INT game against Pitt on MNF? Or his big INT return for TD against the Colts in the playoffs?

    Glenn Blackwood was a good run stuffer at SS. We got his brother Lyle out of retirement when we had a bunch of injuries. Both were slow, but smart. They always managed to be in the right spot at the right time. Lyle had the big pick in a great MNF game against Philly. That was the game where Don Strock led a furious rally, and Duriel Harris blew out his knee celebrating a TD.

    The Killer B's ran a 3-4. It was Bokamper-Baumhower-Betters across the front. Bob Brudzinski was the big run stuffing LB on the strong side, with AJ Duhe next to him, tackling machine Earnie Rhone next to him, and the dynamic Larry Gordon on the weakside. Gordon tragically died of a heart attack at age 29. Don McNeal and Gerald Small were both very good corners, especially McNeal. McNeal had a world of talent and was taking his place among the game's elite when injuries ruined his career. And of course, the Bruise Brothers at safety.
     
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    Fantastic thread. It is a pleasure to read such intelligent and well-written material on this subject. Many thanks.
     
  10. hemidemon

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    Dooger and dolfanmark are right. I hope they don't mind if I add on a little. Miami used to run a sweep with guard Larry Little and Larry Czonka as the lead blockers and Morris running the ball. Little was a big guard that could run. They struck fear in defenses with that play. They used to swallow up defenders with it. Larry even commented that they could see the fear in the eyes of defenders thay faced. Not to take anything away for the 80s Dolphins, but the early 70s team was unique. Both on and off the field. If you really want a good idea of the characters on that team just take a look at my avatar. It's from the Sports Illustrated cover dated August 7, 1972. Look at Czonka's right hand. He's shooting the camraman a bird. Jim Kiick knew it and was laughing. SI missed it and the cover was published. It's currently the most famous cover in SI's history. Czonka and Kiick once put an alligator in Shula's shower. Shula loved Czonka so much he even named his dog Zonk. Jim Mandich describes Larry as a freak of nature. He said he even knew then that Larry Czonka was an indistructable force. To this day Larry is the only running back in NFL history to be called for unnessary roughness. I still laugh about that Bills defender that got punched in the jaw and was laid out flat as Czonka kept running down the sideline. Yeah, that early 70s team was unique. They hated to lose, they loved football, and they loved life. They played that way and they lived thay way.
     
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    Could not agree more about Stanfill and Anderson. Had the "No-Name" moniker not been applied to that defense they would have been the names. Buonticonti said that he was in the Hall as a representative of the whole Defense, and to an extent I think that is true. However both of these players along with Jake Scott and Manny Fernandez were probably better players than Nick, and I think he would be the first to admit it. I have always hated the No-Name stuff because I really think these guys were every bit as good as the Steelers defensive players that followed and don't get their individual due because of it. If not for shortened careers there is no doubt in my mind that Anderson was better than a Mel Blount and Stanfill was better than a L.C. Greenwood for example.
     
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    The no name is actually a great name. That defense was made up of mostly cast off players from other teams and more importantly it represents the teamwork they played with. Enjoy the name, they, the players, do.
     
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    While I understand the players liked it, I don't. Also they were not mostly castoffs from other teams.

    Stanfill - Drafted: 1969 first round, by Miami
    Fernandez - 1968 College free agent
    Den Herder - Drafted: 1971 ninth round, by Miami
    Heinz - Drafted: 1969 second round, by Miami
    Swift - 1970 free agent (CFL)
    Matheson - 1971 trade with Browns for second-round draft choice
    Kolen - Drafted: 1970 twelfth round, by Miami
    Ball - Drafted: 1972 fourth round, by Miami
    Buoniconti - 1969 trade w/ Patriots for QB Kim Hammond and LB John Bramlett
    Johnson - Drafted: 1970 fourth round, by Miami
    Mumphord - Drafted: 1969 sixteenth round, by Miami
    Foley - Drafted: 1970 third round, by Miami
    Scott - Drafted: 1970 seventh round, by Miami
    Anderson - Drafted: 1968 third round, by Miami

    So Matheson and Buoniconti were the only players from other teams.
     
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    phinfan33 A True Fan

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    ohhh mannn,i would LOVE..i mean ABSOLUTELY LOVE to have a 21st century version of the 1970's Dolphins...i would be ecstatic and cry tears of joy and happiness if we ever get that again...
     
  15. PhinsPhan

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    I read a good quote from Jim Otto I believe. Something to the tune of:

    upon finding out that Stanfill, Buoniconti and Anderson were questionable for a game he replied..."good, at least we can start calling them the no-name defense again."
     
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    Thanks for the in depth stuff. Great post.

    How did we have 3 guys as small as Bokamper Baumhower and Betters up front. I realize the game is different now but not one of those guys was over 260.
     
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    You're right Denverdolfan. I stand corrected. The name was actually given to them by Dallas coach Tom Landry before Super Bowl 6. He was asked what he thought about the Dolphins defense. The first thing he said was, "Well I can't remember any of thier names..." The Dolphins lost, but the no name defense was born.
     
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    Morris was unreal, and Clayton got EVERY jump ball.
     
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    early dolphins

    I am on NFLFILMS.com and was looking on the website.
    I will try to be exact
    go to NFLFILMS.COM
    On the front page click on "special order catalog"
    the next page should have a left hand column and second from the top is "recent catalog additions" click on that
    then click on the Dolphin logo ( second from left)
    It then lists Tape ID's and the years from 1966 forward. i don't know what these tapes have but this is the company that owns them so i would follow this.
    none of the others have a price but
    the last one is very interesting :
    “The Legacy Begins”
    COUNTS AS TWO TAPES - $100
    A compilation tape consisting of the complete season highlights for the years 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1974.
    Tape ID: 04868 & 04869
    72:00 & 56:00 minutes



    I hope this helps--it's tough to describe the early dolphins--they truly were the definition of " a picture is worth a thousand words".
     
  20. PhinsPhan

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    What is a "TAPE?" :)

    I will have to check this out.
     
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    tapes

    sorry, l'm an old fart.


    TAPES FOR A vhs PLAYER
    THE TITLE PAGE SAYS EACH 'TAPE' IS 50.00 EXCEPT THE LAST ONE. YOU CAN GET IT ON DVD FORMAT ALSO.
     
  22. jmphins

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    I remember as a kid the dolphins went to the playoffs for the first time in the 1971 season, They had to play the mighty baltimore colts in the first round. the game was not televised in the miami area, however a closed curcuit satellite feed was avalible at the miami beach convention center. my dad and uncle were original season ticket holders, and the took me to the closed circuit showing of the game.from the opening kickoff to the final whistle it seemed that the entire crowd was on their feet cheering every hit, every run and every big defensive play {several ints by anderson and scott} when the game was over the crowd roared for what seemed like hours, I left the convention center with chills running up and down my spine... I was hooked and never missed a snap in any dolphins game since.
     
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    And as I mentioned, AJ Duhe would sometimes line up at DT, giving as a 4-3 look, then go back to an ILB for the 3-4. So, imagine that, a DT that weighed 247 lbs. And he would be a disruptive force at that weight!
     
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    Here's a guy that has a lot of info. I think he worked with the Dolphins. Notice his e-mail at the bottom.

    Please note: I am now also trading tapes for Dolphins collectibles

    01/02/72 Dolphins 21 Colts 0 (AFC TITLE)
    10/29/72 Dolphins 23 @ Baltimore 0 ( came from the team film reel.) (A-)edited huddles
    11/27/72 Dolphins 31 St Louis 10 complete game monday night football
    12/24/72 Dolphins 20 Browns 14 (AFC PLAYOFF) Has footage along with radio Broadcast
    1/16/72 Cowboys 24 Dolphins 3 (NEW COMPLETE VERSION IS HERE) (A)
    12/3/73 Dolphins 30 pittsburgh 26 monday night * (B )
    1/14/73 Dolphins 14 Redskins 7 (Super Bowl 7) * (A-)
    1/13/74 Dolphins 24 Vikings 7 (Super Bowl 8) * (A-)
    9/22/75 Raiders 31 Dolphins 21 (MNF) (b )
    9/13/76 Dolphins 30 @ Buffalo 21 Edited
    10/3/76 Dolphins 28 Los Angeles 31 (2nd half only)
    12/5/76 Dolphins 45 Buffalo 27 Edited
    10/1/78 Dolphins 24 ST Louis 10
    10/29/78 Dolphins 26 Colts 8
    11/5/78 Dolphins 23-Dallas 16 *
    11/20/78 @ Oilers 35 Dolphins 30 (MNF) * (A)
    12-24-78 Dolphins 9 Houston Oilers 17 WildCard Playoff
    09/09/79 Dolphins 19 Seattle 10
    09/23/79 Dolphins 31 Bears 16
    10/8/79 @ Raiders 13 Dolphins 3 (MNF)
    10/14/79 Dolphins 17 Buffalo 7
    10/28/79 Dolphins 27 Packers 7 (last 2 minutes of 1st half and halftime show no 2nd half) 11/5/79 Dolphins 6 Houston 9 Monday night
    11/18/79 @ Browns 30 Dolphins 24 (Overtime) Last 7.39 minutes in 4th plus overtime (A)
    11/28/79 Dolphins 39 @ Patriots 24 (TNF)
    12/15/79 Dolphins 24 New York Jets 27
    12/30/79 @ Steelers 34 Dolphins 14 (AFC Playoff)
    9/21/80 Dolphins 20 @ Falcons 17
    10/12/80 @ Patriots 34 Dolphins 0
    10/19/80 Dolphins 17 Bills 14 OT
    10/27/80 @ Jets 17 Dolphins 14
    11/9/80 Dolphins 35 @ Rams 14
    11/16/80 Dolphins 17 @ 49ers 13
    11/20/80 Chargers 27 Dolphins 24 OT
    11/30/80 @ Pittsburgh 23 Dolphins 10
    12/8/80 Dolphins 16 Patriots 13 OT (MNF) edited huddles
    12/20/80 Dolphins 27 Jets 24
    8/22/81 Dolphins 31 @ Detroit 27 (Preseason Game)
    9/10/81 Dolphins 30 Steelers 10 (TNF) (edited huddles)
    10/12/81 Bills 31 Dolphins 21 (MNF)
    10/25/81 @ Cowboys 28 Dolphins 27
    11/15/81 Raiders 33 Dolphins 17
    11/22/81 @ Jets 16 Dolphins 15 (GREAT Game)
    11/30/81 Dolphins 13 Eagles 10 MNF
    12/06/81 Dolphins 24 Patriots 14
    12/19/81 Dolphins 16 Bills 6
    1/2/82 @ Chargers 41 Dolphins 38 OT (AFC Playoff) A-
    9/3/82 Dolphins 16 Giants 13 (Preseason Game)
    9/12/82 Dolphins 45 @ Jets 28
    9/19/82 Dolphins 24 Colts 20
    11/29/82 Buccaneers 23 Dolphins 17 (Edited)
    12/5/82 Dolphins 22 Vikings 14 (Edited)
    12/12/82 Patriots 3 Dolphins 0 (Snow Plow Game)
    12/18/82 Dolphins 20 Jets 19
    12/27/82 Dolphins 27 Bills 10 (New Complete Version)
    1/8/83 Dolphins 28 Patriots 13 (AFC 1st Round)
    1/16/83 Dolphins 34 Chargers 13 (AFC 2nd Round)
    1/23/83 Dolphins 14 Jets 0 (AFC Championship) Has pregame half time and post game
    1/30/83 Redskins 27 Dolphins 7 (Super Bowl 17)
    8/6/83 Dolphins 17 @ Dallas 20 Marino's 1st game as a dolphins start 2nd half.(
    8/19/83 Dolphins 38 @ Washington 7
    9/11/83 Dolphins 34 Patriots 24
    9/19/83 Raiders 27 Dolphins 14 (Marino 1st game)
    10/2/83 Dolphins 7 @ Saints 17 (Woodley yanked for Marino)
    10/9/83 Bills 38 @ Dolphins 35 (Marino 1st start)
    10/16/83 Dolphins 32 @ Jets 14 (Marino 1st win)
    10/23/83 Dolphins 21 @ Colts 7 (Mud Bowl)
    10/30/83 Dolphins 30 Rams 14 Uograded to a A
    11/6/83 Dolphins 20 49ers 17 (Marino/Montana I)
    11/13/83 Patriots 17 Dolphins 6
    11/28/83 Dolphins 44 Bengals 14 (MNF)
    12/10/83 Dolphins 31 Falcons 24
    12/16/83 Dolphins 34 Jets 14 (starts with 7 minutes left in 2nd quarter
    12/31/83 Seahawks 27 @ Dolphins 20 (AFC Playoff)
    8/11/84 Dolphins 27 @ Vikings 7 Preseason Game
    8/19/84 Dolphins 29 Raiders 23Preseason Game
    9/2/84 Dolphins 35 @ Redskins 17 (B+)
    9/9/84 Dolphins 28 Patriots 7
    9/17/84 Dolphins 21 Bills 17 (MNF)
    9/23/84 Dolphins 44 Colts 7
    9/30/84 Dolphins 36 @ Cardinals 28 (B)
    10/7/84 Dolphins 31 @ Steelers 7
    10/14/84 Dolphins 28 Houston 10
    10/21/84 Dolphins 44 @ Patriots 24
    10/28/84 Dolphins 38 Bills 7
    11/4/84 Dolphins 31 @ Jets 17
    11/11/84 Dolphins 24 Eagles 23 (B+)
    11/18/84 @ Chargers 34 Dolphins 28 (OT 1st loss)
    11/26/84 Dolphins 28 Jets 17
    12/2/84 Raiders 45 @ Dolphins 34
    12/9/84 Dolphins 35 @ Colts 17
    12/17/84 Dolphins 28 Cowboys 21
    12/29/84 Dolphins 27 Seahawks 20 (AFC Playoff)
    1/6/85 Dolphins 45 Steelers 20 (AFC Championship)
    1/20/85 49ers 39 Dolphins 16 (Super Bowl 19) *
    8/10/85 Dolphins 13 Vikings 16 OT Preseason Game
    8/24/85 Dolphins 23 Raiders 17 Preseason Game
    9/8/85 Dolphins 23 @ Oilers 26
    9/22/85 Dolphins 31 Chiefs 0
    9/29/85 Dolphins 31 @ Broncos 26 (Marino/Elway I)
    10/6/85 Dolphins 24 Steelers 20
    10/14/85 Dolphins 7 @ Jets 23
    10/20/85 Dolphins 41 Bucs 38 upgraded to a A
    11/3/85 @ Patriots 17 Dolphins 13
    11/10/85 Dolphins 21 Jets 17
    11/17/85 Dolphins 34 @ Colts 20
    11/24/85 Dolphins 23 Bills 14
    12/2/85 Dolphins 38 Bears 24 (MNF Bears 1st loss)
    12/8/85 Dolphins 34 Packers 24
    12/16/85 Dolphins 30 Patriots 27
    12/22/85 Dolphins 28 Bills 0
    1/4/86 Dolphins 24 Browns 21 (AFC Playoff)
    1/12/86 Patriots 31 Dolphins 14 (AFC Championship)
    8/9/86 Dolphins 16 @ vikings 30 Preseason Game
    8/15/86 Dolphins 10 cleveland 17 Preseason Game
    8/29/86 Dolphins 21 Tampabay 3 Preseason Game
    9/7/86 Dolphins 28 @ Chargers 50
    9/14/86 Dolphins 30 Colts 10
    9/21/86 @ Jets 51 Dolphins 45
    9/28/86 49ers 31 Dolphins 16
    10/05/86 Dolphins 7 @ Patriots 34
    10/12/86 Dolphins 27 Bills 14 (Marino/Kelly I)
    10/19/86 Raiders 30 @ Dolphins 28
    10/26/86 Dolphins 17 @ Colts 13
    11/2/86 Dolphins 28 Oilers 7
    11/10/86 Dolphins 16 Browns 26 MNF
    11/16/86 Dolphins 34 @ Bills 24
    11/24/86 Dolphins 45 Jets 3
    11/30/86 Dolphins 14 Falcons 20 (edited)
    12/7/86 Dolphins 31 @ Saints 27
    12/14/86 Dolphins 37 @ Rams 31 OT
    12/22/86 Patriots 34 @ Dolphins 27 (Last Game played at the Orange Bowl)
    8/16/87 Dolphins vs Bears Preseason Game
    8/24/87 Dolphins 31 @ Denver 28 Preseason Game
    9/4/87 Dolphins 34 Bills 20 Preseason Game
    9/13/87 Patriots 28 Dolphins 21
    9/20/87 Dolphins 23 @ Colts 10
    10/4/87 @ Seahawks 24 Dolphins 20 strike game
    10/11/87 Dolphins 42 Chiefs 0 strike game
    10/18/87 @ Jets 37 Dolphins 31 OT strike game
    10/25/87 Dolphins 31 Bills 34 OT
    11/1/87 Dolphins 35 Steelers 24
    11/8/87 Dolphins 20 @ Bengals 14
    11/15/87 Dolphins 21 Colts 40
    11/22/87 Dolphins 20 @ Cowboys 14
    11/29/87 Dolphins 0 @ Bills 27
    12/7/87 Dolphins 37 Jets 28
    12/13/87 Dolphins 28 @ Eagles 10
    12/20/87 Dolphins 23 Redskins 21
    12/28/87 Patriots 24 Dolphins 10
    7/31/88 Dolphins 27 49ers 21 Preseason Game
    8/6/88 @ Bears 20 Dolphins 17 Preseason Game
    8/13/88 Dolphins 10 Redskins 27 Preseason Game (A-)
    8/19/88 Dolphins 16 Denver 13 OverTime ( Preseaseon ) (A-)
    9/4/88 @ Bears 34 Dolphins 7
    9/11/88 Dolphins 6 @ Bills 9
    9/18/88 Dolphins 24 Packers 14
    9/25/88 Dolphins 13 @ colts 15
    10/2/88 Dolphins 24 Vikings 7
    10/9/88 Dolphins 24 @ Raiders 14
    10/16/88 Dolphins 31 Chargers 28
    10/23/88 Jets 44 Dolphins 30
    10/30/88 Dolphins 17 Buccaneers 14
    11/6/88 Dolphins 10 @ Pats 21
    11/14/88 Bills 31 Dolphins 6
    11/20/88 Patriots 6 Dolphins 3
    11/27/88 @ Jets 38 Dolphins 34
    12/4/88 Colts 31 Dolphins 28
    12/12/88 Dolphins 38 Browns 31 (MNF)
    12/18/88 Dolphins 24 @ Pittsburgh 40
    8/14/89 Dolphins 20 Bears 28 Preseason Game ( A-)
    8/25/89 Dolphins 21 @ Redskins 35 Preseason Game (A-)
    9/2/89 Dolphins 10 Eagles 20 Preseason Game
    9/10/89 Bills 27 Dolphins 24
    9/17/89 Dolphins 24 @ Patriots 10
    9/24/89 Dolphins 33 Jets 40
    10/01/89 Dolphins 7 @ Houston 39
    10/8/89 Dolphins 13 Browns 10 OT
    10/15/89 Dolphins 20 @ Bengals 13
    10/22/89 Dolphins 23 Packers 20
    10/29/89 Dolphins @ Bills
    11/5/89 Dolphins 19 Colts 13
    11/12/89 Dolphins 31 @ Jets 23
    11/19/89 Dolphins 17 @ Cowboys 14
    11/26/89 Steelers 34 Dolphins 14
    12/3/89 Chiefs 26 Dolphins 21
    12/10/89 Dolphins 31 Patriots 10
    12/17/89 @ Colts 42 Dolphins 13
    12/24/89 Dolphins 24 Chiefs 27
    8/25/90 Dolphins 17 Denver 16
    9/9/90 Dolphins 27 @ Patriots 24
    9/16/90 Dolphins 30 Bills 7
    9/23/90 Dolphins 3 @ Giants 20
    9/30/90 Dolphins 28 @ Steelers 6
    10/7/90 Dolphins 20 Jets 16
    10/18/90 Dolphins 17 Patriots 10
    10/28/90 Dolphins 27 @ Colts 7
    11/4/90 Dolphins 23 Cardinals 3
    11/11/90 Dolphins 17 @ Jets 3
    11/19/90 Raiders 13 Dolphins 10 (MNF)
    11/25/90 Dolphins 30 @ Browns 13
    12/2/90 Dolphins 20 @ Washington 42
    12/9/90 Dolphins 23 Eagles 20 OT
    12/16/90 Dolphins 24 Seahawks 17
    12/23/90 Dolphins 14 @ Bills 24
    12/30/90 Dolphins 23 Colts 17
    1/5/91 Dolphins 17 Chiefs 16 (AFC Playoff)
    1/12/91 Bills 44 Dolphins 34 (AFC Playoff)
    7/26/91 Dolphins 0 Bears 6
    8/3/91 Dolphins 19 Raiders 17 Preseason Game Tokyo, Japan
    8/10/91 Dolphins 29 @ TampaBay Bucs 14
    8/19/91 Broncos 21 Dolphins 13 Preseason Game
    8/24/91 Dolphins 28 Saints 24
    9/1/91 @ Bills 35 Dolphins 31
    9/8/91 Dolphins 17 Colts 6
    9/15/91 Lions 17 Dolphins 13
    9/22/91 Dolphins 16 Packers 13 Don Shula's 300th win
    9/29/91 Jets 41 Dolphins 23
    10/6/91 Dolphins 20 @ Patriots 10
    10/13/91 Dolphins 7 @ Chiefs 42
    10/20/91 Oilers 17 Dolphins 13
    11/3/91 Dolphins 10 @ Colts 6
    11/10/91 Dolphins 30 Patriots 20
    11/18/91 Bills 41 Dolphins 27
    11/24/91 Dolphins 16 Bears 13 OT (Snow)
    12/1/91 Dolphins 33 Buccaneers 14
    12/9/91 Dolphins 37 Bengals 13
    12/15/91 @ Chargers 38 Dolphins 30
    12/22/91 Jets 23 Dolphins 20
    8/1/92 Dolphins 22 Redskins 21 Preseason Game @ Citrus Bowl Orlando, Fl.
    8/7/92 Cowboys 31 Dolphins 24 Preseason Game
    8/16/92 Dolphins 31 Broncos 27 Preseason Game
    8/22/92 Dolphins 22 Tambabay 7 8/27/92 Saints 17 Dolphins 3 Preseason Game
    9/14/92 Dolphins 27 @ Browns 23 (MNF)
    9/20/92 Dolphins 26 Rams 10 complete game (A)
    9/27/92 Dolphins 19 Seahawks 17
    10/4/92 Dolphins 37 Bills 10
    10/11/92 Dolphins 21 Falcons 17
    10/18/92 Dolphins 38 New England 17
    10/25/92 Colts 31 Dolphins 10
    11/1/92 @ Jets 26 Dolphins 14
    11/8/92 Dolphins 28 @ Colts 0
    11/16/92 Bills 26 Dolphins 20
    11/22/92 Dolphins 19 Oilers 16
    11/29/92 @ Saints 24 Dolphins 13
    12/6/92 @ 49ers 27 Dolphins 3
    12/14/92 Dolphins 20 Raiders 7 (MNF)
    12/20/92 Dolphins 19 Jets 17
    12/27/92 Dolphins 16 @ Patriots 13 OT
    1/10/93 Dolphins 31 Chargers 0 (AFC Playoff Game)
    1/17/93 Bills 29 @ Dolphins 10 (AFC Championship)
    8/6/83 Dolphins 28 @ Atlanta 27 Preseason Game
    8/20/93 Broncos 34 Dolphins 24 Preseason Game
    8/28/93 Dolphins 23 @ Giants 20 Preseason Game
    9/5/93 Dolphins 24 @ Colts
    9/12/93 Jets 24 Dolphins 14
    9/26/93 Dolphins 22 @ Bills 13
    10/4/93 Dolphins 17 Redskins 10 (MNF)
    10/10/93 Dolphins 24 @ Browns 14 (Marino injury Game, out for season)
    10/24/93 Colts 27 Dolphins 24
    10/31/93 Dolphins 31 Chiefs 10
    11/7/93 @ Jets 27 Dolphins 10
    11/14/93 Dolphins 19 @ Eagles 14 (Shula Breaks Record)
    11/21/93 Dolphins 17 Patriots 13
    11/25/93 Dolphins 16 @ Cowboys 14 (Thanksgiving)
    12/5/93 Giants 19 Dolphins 14
    12/13/93 Steelers 21 Dolphins 20 (MNF)
    12/19/93 Bills 47 Dolphins 34
    12/27/93 Chargers 45 Dolphins 20
    1/2/94 @ Patriots 33 Dolphins 27 OT
    7/30/94 Dolphins 20 @ Giants 19 Preseason Game
    8/6/94 Dolphins 24 Steelers 14 Preseason Game
    8/13/94 @ Packers 24 Dolphins 13 Preseason Game
    8/20/94 Buccaneers 29 Dolphins 14 Preseason Game
    9/4/94 Dolphins 39 Patriots 35 (Marino/Bledsoe I) Includes pregame interview with Dan Marino plus Don shula show with Marino and Cox plus extra footage
    9/11/94 Dolphins 24 @ Patckers 14
    9/18/94 Dolphins 28 Jets 14
    9/25/94 @ Vikins 38 Dolphins 35
    10/2/94 Dolphins 23 @ Bengals 7 (Shula Bowl I)
    10/9/94 @ Bills 21 Dolphins 11
    10/16/94 Dolphins 20 Raiders 17 OT
    10/30/94 Dolphins 23 @ Patriots 3
    11/6/94 Dolphins 22 Colts 21
    11/13/94 Bears 17 Dolphins 14
    11/20/94 @ Steelers 16 Dolphins 13 OT
    11/27/94 Dolphins 28 @ Jets 24 (The Fake Spike Game)
    12/4/94 Bills 42 Dolphins 31
    12/12/94 Dolphins 45 Chiefs 28 MNF
    12/18/94 @ Colts 10 Dolphins 6
    12/25/94 Dolphins 27 Lions 20
    12/31/94 Dolphins 27 Chiefs 17 (AFC Playoff)
    1/8/95 @ Chargers 22 Dolphins 21 (AFC Playoff)
    8/4/95 Jaguars 24 Dolphins 21 Preseason Game
    8/11/95 @ Falcons 37 Dolphins 0 Preseason Game
    8/19/95 Dolphins 21 Redskins 13 Preseason Game
    8/25/95 Buccaneers 24 Dolphins 17 Preseason Game
    9/3/95 Dolphins 52 Jets 14 *
    9/10/95 Dolphins 20 @ Patriots 3 9/18/95 Dolphins 23 Steelers 10 (MNF)
    9/18/95 Dolphins 23 Pittsburgh 10
    10/1/95 Dolphins 26 Bengals 23 (Shula Bowl II)
    10/8/95 Colts 27 Dolphins 24
    10/15/95 @ Saints 33 Dolphins 30
    10/22/95 @ Jets 17 Dolphins 16
    10/29/95 Dolphins 23 Bills 6
    11/5/95 Dolphins 24 @ Chargers 14
    11/12/95 Patriots 34 Dolphins 17
    11/20/95 49ers 44 Dolphins 20
    11/26/95 @ Colts 36 Dolphins 28 (Marino TD Record) *
    12/3/95 Dolphins 21 Falcons 20 (Last-second win)
    12/11/95 Dolphins 13 Chiefs 6
    12/17/95 @ Bills 23 Dolphins 20
    12/24/95 Dolphins 41 @ Rams 22
    12/30/95 Bills 37 Dolphins 22 (AFC Playoff/Shula last)
    1996 Scrimmage game (A-)
    8/3/96 Dolphins 13 Buccaneers 10 Preseason Game
    8/11/96 @ Bears 21 Dolphins 21 Preseason Game
    8/19/96 Dolphins 24 Vikings 17 Preseason Game
    8/23/96 Dolphins 19 @ Buccaneers 7 Preseason Game
    9/1/96 Dolphins 24 Patriots 10
    9/8/96 Dolphins 38 @ Cardinals 10
    9/15/96 Dolphins 36 Jets 27
    9/23/96 @ Colts 10 Dolphins 6 (MNF - Marino injured)
    10/6/96 Seahawks 22 Dolphins 15
    10/13/96 Dolphins 21 @ Bills 7
    10/20/96 @ Eagles 35 Dolphins 28
    10/27/96 Cowboys 29 Dolphins 10
    11/3/96 @ Patriots 42 Dolphins 23
    11/10/96 Dolphins 37 Colts 13
    11/17/96 Dolphins 23 @ Oilers 20
    11/25/96 Steelers 24 Dolphins 17
    12/1/96 @ Raiders 17 Dolphins 7
    12/8/96 Giants 17 Dolphins 7
    12/16/96 Dolphins 16 Bills 14 (MNF)
    12/22/96 Dolphins 31 @ Jets 28
    1997 Dolphins intra Squad Scrimmage game (A-)
    7/26/97 @ Packers 20 Dolphins 0 Preseason Game
    8/4/97 Dolphins 38 Broncos 19 Preseason Game
    8/10/97 Dolphins 21 Bears 14 Preseason Game
    8/16/97 @ Buccaneers 24 Dolphins 10 Preseason Game
    8/21/97 Dolphins 24 Redskins 7 Presason
    8/31/97 Dolphins 16 Colts 10
    9/7/97 Dolphins 16 Oilers 13
    9/14/97 @ Packers 23 Dolphins 18
    9/21/97 @ Buccaneers 31 Dolphins 21
    10/5/97 Dolphins 17 Chiefs 14
    10/12/97 Dolphins 31 @ Jets 20
    10/19/97 Dolphins 24 @ Ravens 13
    10/27/97 Bears 36 Dolphins 33 OT
    11/2/97 @ Bills 9 Dolphins 6
    11/9/97 Dolphins 24 Jets 17
    11/17/97 Dolphins 30 Bills 13
    11/23/97 @ Patriots 27 Dolphins 24
    11/30/97 Dolphins 34 @ Raiders 16
    12/7/97 Dolphins 33 Lions 30
    12/14/97 @ Colts 41 Dolphins 0
    12/22/97 Patriots 14 Dolphins 12
    12/28/97 @ Patriots 17 Dolphins 3 (AFC Playoff) *
    1998 Dolphins Intra Squad Scrimmage game (A-)
    8/8/98 Dolphins 19 @ Redskins 16 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/13/98 Dolphins 14 Buccaneers 13 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/23/98 Dolphins 21 @ 49ers 7 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/28/98 Dolphins 21 Packers 7 Preseason Game (Master)
    9/6/98 Dolphins 24 @ Colts 15 (Marino/Manning I)(Master)
    9/13/98 Dolphins 13 Bills 7 (Master)
    9/20/98 Dolphins 21 Steelers 0 (Master)
    10/4/98 @ Jets 20 Dolphins 9 (Master)
    10/12/98 Jaguars 28 Dolphins 21 (MNF) (Master)
    10/18/98 Dolphins 14 Rams 0 (Master)
    10/25/98 Dolphins 12 Patriots 9 OT (Master)
    11/1/98 Bills 30 Dolphins 24 (Master)
    11/8/98 Dolphins 27 Colts 14 (Master)
    11/15/98 Dolphins 13 @ Panthers 9 (Master)
    11/23/98 Patriots 26 Dolphins 23 (MNF) (Master)
    11/29/98 Dolphins 30 Saints 10 (Master)
    12/6/98 Dolphins 27 @ Raiders 17 (Master)
    12/13/98 Jets 21 Dolphins 16 (Master)
    12/21/98 Dolphins 31 Broncos 21 (Marino/Elway II)(Master)
    12/27/98 Falcons 38 Dolphins 16 (Master)
    1/2/99 Dolphins 24 Bills 17 (AFC Playoff) (Master)
    1/9/99 Broncos 38 Dolphins 3 (AFC Playoff) (Master)
    8/7/99 Dolphins Scrimmage vs Bucs (Master)
    8/13/99 Saints 26 Dolphins 13 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/21/99 Dolphins 13 Chargers 10 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/28/99 Dolphins 31 Lions 10 Preseason Game (Master)
    9/2/99 Packers 25 Dolphins 17 Preseason Game (Master)
    9/13/99 Dolphins 38 @ Broncos 21 (MNF) (Master)
    9/19/99 Dolphins 19 Cardinals 16 (Master)
    10/4/99 Bills 23 Dolphins 18 (Master)
    10/10/99 Dolphns 34 Colts 31 (Master)
    10/17/99 Dolphins 31 Patriots 30 (Marino 60,000 yds) (Master)
    10/24/99 Dolphins 16 Eagles 13 (Master)
    10/31/99 Dolphins 16 @ Raiders 9 (Master)
    11/7/99 Dolphins 17 Titans 0 (Master)
    11/14/99 @ Bills 23 Dolphins 3 (Master)
    11/21/99 Dolphins 27 Patriots 17 (Master)
    11/25/99 @ Cowboys 20 Dolphins 0 (Thanksgiving) (Master)
    12/5/99 Colts 37 Dolphins 34 (Master)
    12/12/99 @ Jets 28 Dolphins 20 (Master)
    12/19/99 Dolphins 12 Chargers 9 (Master)
    12/27/99 Jets 38 Dolphins 31 (MNF) (Master)
    1/2/00 @ Redskins 21 Dolphins 10 (Master)
    1/9/00 Dolphins 20 @ Seahawks 17 (AFC Playoff) (Master)
    1/15/00 Jaguars 62 Dolphins 7 (AFC Playoff) Dan Marino's Last game (Master)
    7/23/00 Scrimage (Master)
    8/05/00 @ Pittsburgh 13 Dolphins 10 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/10/00 Dolphins 15 Tampa Bay 12 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/21/00 Dolphins 17 Packers 14 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/26/00 @ Saints 17 Dolphins 22 Preseason Game (Master)
    9/3/00 Dolphins 23 Seahawks 0 (Master)
    9/10/00 @ Vikings 14 Dolphins 7 (Master)
    9/17/00 Dolphins 19 Ravens 6 Retired Marino Jersey night (Master)
    9/24/00 Dolphins 10 New England 3 (Master)
    10/1/00 @ Bengals 16 Dolphins 31 (Master)
    10/8/00 Dolphins 23 Bills 13 (Master)
    10/23/00 @ Jets 40 Dolphins 37 4th quarter collapse (Master)
    10/28/00 Dolphins 28 Packers 20 (Master)
    11/5/00 @ Lions 8 Dolphins 23 (Master)
    11/12/00 @ Chargers 7 Dolphins 17 (Master)
    11/19/00 Dolphins 3 Jets 20 (Master)
    11/26/00 @ Colts 14 Dolphins 17 (Master)
    12/03/00 @ Bills 6 Dolphins 33 (Master)
    12/10/00 Dolphins 13 Tampa Bay 16 (Master)
    12/17/00 Dolphins 13 Colts 20 (Master)
    12/24/00 @ New England 24 Dolphins 27 Wins AFC East (Master)
    12/30/00 Dolphins 24 Colts 17 Overtime AFC Wildcard thriller (Master)
    1/6/01 @ Raiders 27 Dolphins 0 Playoff nightmare (Master)
    7/29/01 DOLPHINS SRIMMAGE FROM PRO PLAYER STADIUM (Master)
    8/6/01 Dolphins 10 Rams 17 Hall of fame game (Master)
    8/13/01 Dolphins 17 @ Tampabay Bucs 14 Dolphin wins on last play (Master)
    8/18/01 Dolphins 20 chargers 23 Preseason Game (Master)
    8 25/01 Dolphins 12 @ Packers 17 Preseason Game (Master)
    8/31/01 Dolphins 7 Vikings 20 Preseason Game (Master)
    9/9/01 Dolphins 31 @ Titans 23 (Master)
    9/23/01 Dolphins 18 Raiders 15 Fiedler scores with 5 seconds left (Master)
    9/30/01 Dolphins 10 @ Rams 42 (Master)
    10/7/01 Dolphins 30 New England 10 (Master)
    10/14/01 Dolphins 17 @ Jets 21 Dolphins blow a 17-0 halftime lead (Master)
    10/28/01 Dolphins 24 @ Seattle 20 (Master)
    * 11/4/01 Dolphins 23 Panthers 6 (Master)
    11/11/01 Dolphins 27 @ Colts 24 (Master)
    11/18/01 Dolphins 0 Jets 24 (Master)
    11/25/01 Dolphins 34 @ Buffalo 27 One of the all time great comebacks (Master)
    12/02/01 Dolphins 21 Denver 10 Dolphins score 21 points in the 4th (Master)
    12/10/01 Dolphins 41 colts 6 Mondaynight Football ( Master)
    12/16/01 Dolphins 0 @ 49ers 21 (Master)
    12/22/01 Dolphins 13 @ New England 20 (Master)
    12/30/01 Dolphins 21 Atlanta 14 Dolphins clinch playoff spot for 5th year in row (Master)
    01/06/02 Dolphins 34 Buffalo 7 (Master)
    01/13/02 Dolphins 3 Ravens 20 AFC WILDCARD (Master)
    2002 Dolphins Scrimmage vs Titians
    8/12/02 Dolphins 10 @ Tampabay Bucs 14 (Preseason Game)
    8/15/02 Dolphins 7 Saints 24 missing 3rd quater (Preseason Game)
    8/24/02 Dolphins 24 @ Texans 3 (Preseason Game)
    8/29/02 Dolphins 24 Bears 22 (Preseason Game)
    9/8/02 Dolphins 49 Detroit 21 Dolphins 11th stright opening day win
    9/15/02 Dolphins 21 @ Colts 13 Also includes CBS Pregame show with Marino
    9/22/02 Dolphins 30 Jets 3 Fins stop a 8 game losing streak to the Jets
    9/29/02 Dolphins 30 @ Kansas City 48
    10/6/02 Dolphins 26 Patriots 13
    10/13/02 Dolphins 24 @ Denver 22 (one of the greatest games in Dolphins History)*
    10/20/02 Dolphins 10 Bills 23 ( A horrible game for Ray Lucas)
    11/04/02 Dolphins 10 @ Packers 24
    11/10/02 Dolphins 10 @ jets 13 (Dolphins lose 3rd stright)
    11/17/02 Dolphins 26 Ravens 7
    11/24/02 Dolphins 30 Chargers 3
    12/02/02 Dolphins 21 @ Buffalo 28 ( Williams runs 228 yards new dolphins record)
    12/09/02 Dolphins 27 Bears 9 ( Williams Runs for 216 yards )
    12/15/02 Dolphins 23 Raiders 17
    12/21/02 Dolphins 17 @ Vikings 20
    12/29/02 Dolphins 24 @ New England 27 Overtime FELL APART WITH JUST MINUTES TO GO
    7/4/2003 Dolphins kickoff banquet from the grand in FT. LAUDERDALE,FLA. AUDIO
    8/02/03 Dolphins Srimmage vs Titans
    8/08/03 Dolphins 19 Tampabay 20
    8/15/03 Dolphins 23 @ jaguars 27
    8/22/03 Dolphins 30 Falcons 21
    8/28/03 Dolphins 24 @ Saints 10
    9/07/03 Dolphins 20 Houston 21 Dolphins self-destruct in opening day loss
    9/14/03 Dolphins 21 @ Jets 10
    9/21/03 Dolphins 17 Bills 7 Dolphins defense holds Drew to only 98 yars passing
    10/5/03 Dolphins 23 @ Giants 10
    10/13/03 Dolphins 24 @ Jaguars 10
    10/19/03 Dolphins 13 New england 19 Overtime
    10/27/03 Dolphins 26 @ Chargers 10 MNF Brian Greise 1st start 3 TD Passes Game moved to Phoenix due to CA. Fires
    11/02/03 Dolphins 17 Colts 23
    11/09/03 Dolphins 7 @ Titans 31
    11/16/03 Dolphins 9 Ravens 6 OVERTIME
    11/23/03 Dolphins 24 Redskins 23 Jay Fiedler comeback wow!!!!!
    11/27/03 Dolphins 40 @ Dallas 21 THANKSGIVING DAY JAY TO CHAMBERS 3 TD'S
    12/07/03 Dolphins 0 @ New England 12 A day to forget for Dolphins
    12/15/03 Dolphins 27 Eagles 34
    12/21/03 Dolphins 20 @ Bills 3
    12/28/03 Dolphins 23 Jets 21 (Dolphins finish 10-6 but miss playoffs)
    8/14/04 Dolphins 16 Jaguars 5 Pre-Season
    8/21/04 Dolphins 0 Redskins 17 Pre-Season
    8/28/04 Dolphins 10 Bucaneers 17 Pre-Season
    9/03/04 Dolphins 20 Saints 19 Pre-Season
    9/11/04 Dolphins 7 Titans 17 Game moved up one day due to Hurricane Ivan (Saturday Game)
    9/19/04 Dolphins 13 Bengals 16 ESPN Sunday Night Football
    9/26/04 Dolphins 3 Steelers 13
    10/03/04 Dolphins 9 Jets 17
    10/10/04 Dolphins 10 Patriots 24
    10/17/04 Dolphins 13 Bills 20
    10/24/04 Dolphins 31 Rams 14
    11/01/04 Dolphins 14 Jets 41
    11/07/04 Dolphins 23 Cardinals 24
    11/21/04 Dolphins 17 @seattle 24
    11/28/04 Dolphins 24 @49ers 17
    12/05/04 Dolphins 32 Bills 42
    12/12/04 Dolphins 17 @ Denver 20
    12/20/04 Dolphins 29 New England 28 Game of the year for Dolphins
    12/26/04 Dolphins 10 Browns 7
    01/02/05 Dolphins 23 @ Ravens 28 Sage gets 1st nfl start
    08/08/05 Dolphins 24 Bears 27 hall of fame game
    08/13/05 Dolphins 17 Jaguars 27
    08/20/05 Dolphins 3 @ Steelers 17
    08/27/05 Dolphins 17 Tampabay 14
    09/01/05 Dolphins 17 Falcons 20
    09/11/05 Dolphins 34 Denver 10 Nick Sabans 1st game as Dolphins Head Coach
    09/18/05 Dolphins 7 @ New York Jets 17
    09/25/05 Dolphins 27 Panthers 24
    10/09/05 Dolphins 14 @ Buffalo 20
    10/16/05 Dolphins 13 @ Tampabay 27
    10/21/05 Dolphins 20 Kansas City 30
    10/30/05 Dolphins 21 @ Saints 6
    11/06/05 Dolphins 10 Falcons 17
    11/13/05 Dolphins 16 Patriots 23
    11/20/05 Dolphins 0 @ Browns 22
    11/27/05 Dolphins 33 @ Raiders 21
    12/04/05 Dolphins 24 Buffalo 23 Greatest comebacks ever in dolphins History
    12/11/05 Dolphins 23 @ Chargers 21
    12/18/05 Dolphins 24 Jets 20
    12/24/05 Dolphins 24 Titans 10
    01/01/06 Dolphins 28 @ Patriots 26
    08/12/06 Dolphins 26 Jaguars 31
    08/19/06 Dolphins 13 @ Tampabay 10
    08/24/06 Dolphins 10 @ Panthers 19
    08/31/06 Dolphins 29 Rams 9
    09/07/06 Dolphins 17 @ Steelers 28
    09/17/06 Dolphins 6 Buffalo 16
    09/24/06 Dolphins 13 Titans 10
    10/01/06 Dolphins 15 @ Houston 17
    10/08/06 Dolphins 10 @ Patriots 20
    10/15/06 Dolphins 17 @ Jets 20
    10/22/06 Dolphins 24 Packers 34
    11/05/06 Dolphins 31 @ Bears 13
    11/12/06 Dolphins 13 Kansas city 10
    11/19/06 Dolphins 24 Vikings 20
    11/23/06 Dolphins 27 @ Detroit 10 Thanksgiving day
    12/03/06 Dolphins 10 Jaguars 24
    12/10/06 Dolphins 21 Patriots 0
    12/17/06 Dolphins 0 Bills 21
    12/24/06 Dolphins 10 Jets 13
    12/31/06 Dolphins 22 @ Colts 27 Sabans last game Lemon's 1st nfl start
    08/11/07 Dolphins 18 Jaguars 17
    08/16/07 Dolphins 11 @ Kansas City 10
    08/25/07 Dolphins 28 Tambabay 31
    08/30/07 Dolphins 0 @ Saints 7
    09/09/07 Dolphins 13 @ Washington 16
    09/16/07 Dolphins 20 Dallas Cowboys 37
    09/23/07 Dolphins 28 @ New York Jets 31
    09/30/07 Dolphins 17 Oakland Raiders 35
    10/07/07 Dolphins 19 @ Houston 22
    10/14/07 Dolphins 31 @ Cleveland Browns 41
    10/21/07 Dolphins 28 Patriots 49
    10/28/07 Dolphins 10 Giants 13 (played in London, England)
    11/11/07 Dolphins 10 Buffalo 13
    11/18/07 Dolphins 7 @ Eagles 17
    11/26/07 Dolphins 0 @ pittsburgh 3 ( Monday Night Football )
    12/02/07 Dolphins 13 New York Jets 40
    12/09/07 Dolphins 17 @ Buffalo Bills 38
    12/16/07 Dolphins 22 Baltimore Ravens 16 ( Only Win of the 2007 Season)
    12/23/07 Dolphins 7 @ New England Patriots 28
    12/30/07 Dolphins 25 Bengals 38
    08/09/08 Dolphins 6 Tampabay 17
    08/16/08 Dolphins 19 @ Jaguars 14
    08/23/08 Dolphins 24 Kansas City 0
    08/28/08 Dolphins 14 @ Saints 10
    09/07/08 Dolphins 14 New York Jets 20
    09/21/08 Dolphins 38 @ Patriots 13
    10/05/08 Dolphins 17 Chargers 10
    10/12/08 Dolphins 28 @ Texans 29
    10/19/08 Dolphins 13 Ravens 27
    10/26/08 Dolphins 25 Bills 15
    11/02/08 Dolphins 26 @ Denver 17
    11/09/08 Dolphins 21 Seahawks 19
    11/16/08 Dolphins 17 Raiders 15
    11/23/08 Dolphins 28 Patriots 48
    11/30/08 Dolphins 16 @ Rams 12
    12/07/08 Dolphins 16 @ Buffalo 3 (@ Toronto)
    12/14/08 Dolphins 14 49ers 9
    12/21/08 Dolphins 38 @ Kansas City 31 ( Coldest game played in by the Dolphins )
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    The No-Name defense was better than the Steel Curtain and didn't have to take steriods to get to the Super Bowl. Look how many ex Steelers have died. A prominent coach stated (he played on that team) they used them.
     
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    I think the earlier poster was a tad generous with Czonka's size, I think Larry was about 6'3' 235 not 255. He was a monster none the less and this is a great thread!!
     
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    The only thing that i can answer on is the formation in which they utilized the runners in the 70s because I was under the impression this was common knowledge. They often used the wishbone formation with Czonka playing the FB there.

    It would certainly explain why he was able to gain those yards because unlike in the formation common today, the wishbone was an equal opportunity employer. It seems to me that FBs are severely under-used in the run game now-a-days and I can understand why you would think it odd that a FB could accomplish what Czonka did.

    and Czonka was a beastly runner who craved contact. He was also a beast of a man and was known to be a bit of a bad ***. He wasn't exactly the nicest guy to talk to but boy was he a player...
     
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    Who was the Dolphins offensive coordinator in the 80s? What offensive tree did they fall under?
     
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    Actually, I have read elsewhere that Csonk was closer to 260 than the the listed 235. In those days it was uncommon to have a huge back. When Csonka would weigh in (for the team's media guide) they would do it after practice in training camp (after he dropped water weight). If Csonka was ever listed at 250 or so, he would have been considered "too fat" for an NFL running back (I know he was a full back but the FB position in those days was so much different than most FB's now). The closest thing in today's NFL to csonka is Brandon Jacobs and he isn't worthy to carry Csonka's jock.
     
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    Another fullback that can be slightly compared with Czonka is Mike Alstott. He is no longer in the league but he was a beast too. Not as much as Larry but he was still pretty tough to bring down.
     
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    Yeah, I thought about Alstott because he is about the last fullback to get a significant number of carries. But Alstott fumbled way more than Csonka.
     
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    Earl Morrall was the pride of Muskegon Michigan

    not a big deal to most people but every day I drive past Morrall Drive, which runs perpendicular to his high school's football field, Hackley Stadium, the home of the 2008 state champion Muskegon Big Reds

    that he also played for Michigan State and the Baltimore Colts is something I overlook since he started and ended well
     
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    I've got to add my 2 cents worth here as I've been a fin fan since 1971. Although I've never seen them live as I live in van, canada I have watched them since '71 on tv everytime they are on and they were featured a lot back then.

    A couple of players that need more of a mention are Bob Griese and Paul Warfield. Griese was a genius on the field, not a great arm and not big, but maybe the smartest qb up until then. He always seemed to come up with the right play for the situation and he called his own plays. He was the best ball handler I've ever seen, when he ran that misdirection with Csonka you didn't know where the ball was. When he did throw the ball it was right on the money.

    As far as Warfield goes, his routes were like a hot knife thru butter and his hands were made of velvet, smooth, smooth. He would have been talked about a lot more if they threw the ball more but they were a running team primarily.
    Another guy I'd like to mention is Howard Twilley,he was wr opposite Warfield, a little guy with a funny name and no speed but his route runing was impeccable and I don't remember him ever dropping a pass. A very uinderappreciated part of the puzzle.
     
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    Would like too add my thoughts about Greise if I may. He was very good at the hard count when we needed a off sides penalty. Very smart management and a team leader as opposed too Marino. Czonka was unstoppable.
     
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    I been watching since. Try this pro-football-reference.com :)
     
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    Csonka was a beast. He's actually the reason I started being a fan of Miami. The way he would bull through the line with lineman just hanging on to him...Unstoppable
     
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    This thread brings two things to mind: First is that after the late 70's I think of how the franchise kind of sputtered to keep the luster. Thats when the Steelers dynasty was rolling. The Dolphins under Shula were always a smart tough out though. The eighties teams over achieved and there were some decent seasons in there but my second point is I have never been as attached and into the team since the 70's until this team. Post Cam Cameron, Tony Sparanos team is the team since way back in the 70's that I like the most. I loved the first 10 years or so of the Marino era because he was so obviously special but in retrospect it was like watching Lebron James try to win with the Cavs because they never surrounded Dan with quite enough. Something about this 2008 to right now team just about equals the most faith I have ever had as a Dolphin fan since '71 and I have followed them all the way.
     

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