Miami Dolphins

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Miami Dolphins
Established 1966
Refounded in 2014

Play in Sun Life Stadium
Miami, Florida
Headquartered in the Miami Dolphins Training Facility
Davie, Florida
Miami Dolphins logo
Logo
League/conference affiliations

National Football League (2014–present)

  • American Football Conference (2014–present)
    • AFC East (2014–present)
Current uniform
Miamidolphins uniforms13.png
Team colors

Aqua, Orange, White, Blue

                   
Mascot T. D.
Personnel
Owner(s) smckenz3
General manager HAFFnHAFF
Head coach vtgorilla
Team history
  • Miami Dolphins (2014–present)
Team nicknames
"The Fins" "The Fish"
Championships

League championships (2)

Conference championships (2)

Division championships (4)

  • AFC East: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Playoff appearances (5)
NFL: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Home fields
Sun Life Stadium (2014–present)

The Miami Dolphins are a professional American football team based in the Miami metropolitan area. Miami is part of the American Football Conference's East division in the National Football League (NFL). The Dolphins play their home games at Sun Life Stadium in the northern suburb of Miami Gardens, and have their headquarters in Davie, Florida.

History

Soluna years (2014-2018)

2014

To be added.

2015

To be added.

2016

To be added.

smckenz years (2018-Present)

2018

Week Opponent Result Record
1 Buffalo Bills W 26-13 1-0
2 Pittsburg Steelers W 43-21 2-0
3 @ New York Jets L 24-27 2-1
4 Green Bay Packers W 38-36 3-1
5 New England Patriots W 41-21 4-1
6 @ Baltimore Ravens W 20-16 5-1
7 @ Detroit Lions L 13-31 5-2
8 BYE 5-2
9 @ Chicago Bears L 16-17 5-3
10 Jacksonville Jaguars W 31-24 6-3
11 Cincinnati Bengals W 24-9 7-3
12 @ Cleveland Browns W 24-10 8-3
13 Minnesota Vikings W 17-6 9-3
14 New York Jets W 19-10 10-3
15 @ San Diego Chargers L 24-28 10-4
16 @ Buffalo Bills W 35-17 11-4
17 @ New England Patriots W 24-7 12-4

Championships

Super Bowls

Year Coach Super Bowl Location Opponent Score Record
2015 Soluna II Charlotte, NC St. Louis Rams 41-30 14-3
2017 Soluna IV East Rutherford, NJ Seattle Seahawks 26-17 18-1
Total Super Bowls won: 2

AFC Championships

Year Coach Location Opponent Score Record
2015 Soluna Miami, FL Oakland Raiders 31-20 13-3
2017 Soluna Miami, FL Baltimore Ravens 34-13 15-1
Total AFC Championships won: 2

Season-by-season records

  • Note: The Finish, Wins, Losses, and Ties columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play. Italicized numbers mean that the records are subject to change each week due to regular season or postseason games being played.
Super Bowl Champions (2014–present) Conference Champions Division Champions Wild Card Berth
Season League Conference Division Regular Season Post season Results Awards
Finish Wins Losses Ties
2014 NFL AFC East 1st 9 2 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Jets) 23–17
Lost AFC Championship (Raiders) 32-34
2015 NFL AFC East 1st 11 3 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Ravens) 23-10
Won AFC Championship (Raiders) 31-20
Won Super Bowl II (Rams) 41-30
Most Valuable Players (B. Brown)
Offensive Player of the Year (B. Brown)
Offensive Rookie of the Year (B. Brown)
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (R. Smith)
2016 NFL AFC East 1st 9 3 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Texans) 35-10
Lost AFC Championship (Colts) 19-22
2017 NFL AFC East 1st 15 1 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Raiders) 34-23
Won AFC Championship (Ravens) 34-13
Won Super Bowl IV (Seahawks) 26-17
Head Coach of the Year (Soluna)
Executive of the Year (Soluna)
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (K. Harris)
Totals 2014–2016
1 NFL Championship
Wins Losses Ties Win %
Regular Season 44 9 0 .830
Playoffs 8 2 0 .800
All Games 52 11 0 .825

Players

Super Bowl MVPs

The Dolphins have played in one Super Bowl, going 1–0 in that span. The following are the players who have been named Super Bowl MVP:

All-time first round draft picks

 *  Selected number one overall
 †  Enshrined in the NFLHC Hall of Fame
Year[A] Pick Player Position College Notes
2014 7 Marcellus Peterson Offensive Tackle Alabama
2015 11 Brian Brown Quarterback Boise State
2016 24 Justin Davis Cornerback Florida
2017 14 Phillip Moore Linebacker Houston
2017 30 Laurent Christensen Cornerback Army
2018 21 Benjamin Blankenship Defensive End Georgia
2018 32 Todd Hevesy Guard Michigan State
2019 10 Prince McGill Free Saftey Florida
2020 19 Dexter Flowers Defensive End Southern Miss