The Miami Dolphins achieved the only perfect season in NFL history in 1972, going undefeated in both the regular season and the playoffs, culminating in a Super Bowl VII victory.
The Dolphins popularized the Wildcat formation in the NFL in 2008. Running back Ronnie Brown took snaps directly, and this unconventional offensive strategy saw success for a brief period.
he team's distinctive colors, aqua and orange, were chosen by the franchise's first owner, Joe Robbie. The combination is unique in professional sports.
The team's mascot was originally named Flipper, after the famous dolphin from the television show. However, the mascot's name was changed to T.D. in 1997 to reflect the initials of the team.
he team is often referred to by fans and media as the "Fins" or the "Phins," which are shortened versions of Dolphins.
1. The Miami Dolphins had a long playoff drought from 2009 to 2016, marking one of the longest postseason absence periods in the team's history.
Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino spent his entire 17-season career with the Dolphins from 1983 to 1999. Despite his prolific passing records, Marino never won a Super Bowl.