The 10 Most Iconic Moments in Miami Dolphins History

Perfect Season

The Miami Dolphins achieved an unparalleled feat with a perfect 17-0 season, securing their place in history as the only NFL team to accomplish this remarkable feat.

Super Bowl

The Dolphins capped off their perfect season with a Super Bowl VII victory, solidifying their dominance with a win over the Washington Redskins.

Name Defense

The Dolphins' defense, nicknamed "The No-Name Defense," became iconic for its tenacity and skill, contributing significantly to the team's success in the 1970s.

The Mud Bowl

the New York Jets, the Dolphins triumphed in the "Mud Bowl," a rain-soaked match remembered for its challenging playing conditions.

Marino's Record

Dan Marino's record-breaking 1984 season, where he threw for a then-record 5,084 yards and 48 touchdowns, remains a standout moment in Dolphins history.

The Fake Spike

Quarterback Dan Marino orchestrated a legendary comeback with "The Fake Spike" play against the New York Jets, showcasing his brilliance under pressure.

Defensive Dominance

Defensive end Jason Taylor's tenure with the Dolphins included numerous iconic moments, earning him recognition as one of the franchise's greatest players.

Wildcat Formation

The Dolphins introduced the Wildcat formation, surprising opponents and leading to success in the 2008 season.

Ricky Williams

Ricky Williams set rushing records for the Dolphins, becoming one of the most prolific running backs in franchise history.