The Ultimate Guide to Miami Dolphins' Iconic Moments

Perfect Season

The pinnacle of Dolphins history, the 1972 Perfect Season saw Miami go undefeated, culminating in a Super Bowl victory—a feat unmatched in NFL history.

The Hook and Lateral

In the AFC Divisional Playoff against the San Diego Chargers, the iconic trick play, known as "The Hook and Lateral," led to a game-winning touchdown.


Dan Marino's record-setting 1984 season featured 48 touchdown passes, a mark that stood for decades.

All-Time Wins Record

Don Shula became the winningest coach in NFL history in 1993, solidifying his legendary status with the Dolphins.

Wildcat Formation Debut

The surprise introduction of the Wildcat formation against the New England Patriots became a trend-setting moment in NFL offensive strategy.

Monday Night Miracle

A 23-point comeback against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football showcased resilience and dramatic football moments.

Jason Taylor's MVP Season

Defensive end Jason Taylor's 2006 MVP season, where he recorded 13.5 sacks and led the league in forced fumbles, stands as a defensive highlight.

Ricky Williams

In a dominating performance against the Buffalo Bills, Ricky Williams rushed for 228 yards, setting a franchise record.

Camarillo's Overtime

Greg Camarillo's game-winning touchdown in overtime against the Baltimore Ravens marked a memorable moment in Dolphins' recent history.