The 10 Most Iconic Moments in Miami Dolphins History

Perfect Season

The Miami Dolphins achieved football immortality with the only perfect season in NFL history, capping it with a Super Bowl VII win.

Super Bowl VIII Triumph

The Dolphins secured back-to-back Super Bowl victories in 1974, defeating the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII.

Dan Marino's Record

Quarterback Dan Marino had a historic season, setting records for passing yards and touchdowns, reshaping the NFL landscape.

The Clock Play

In a dramatic comeback against the New England Patriots, the Dolphins executed "The Clock Play," a last-second lateral-filled touchdown.

The Hook

A legendary playoff moment, the Dolphins executed a thrilling "Hook and Lateral" play to defeat the San Diego Chargers in the divisional round.

Defensive Dominance

Defensive end Jason Taylor's impact, including winning the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2006, stands as a testament to his legendary Dolphins career.

Wild Card Comeback

In a wild card game against the Indianapolis Colts, the Dolphins orchestrated a historic comeback, overcoming a 14-point deficit in the final minutes.

Winningest Coach

Head coach Don Shula became the winningest coach in NFL history, achieving his 325th victory with the Dolphins.

Griese Leads Super

Quarterback Bob Griese led the Dolphins to victory in Super Bowl VI, securing the franchise's first-ever Super Bowl win.