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The Miami Dolphins instead of taking steps forward are taking steps backwards. The Dolphins started the season out 0-7, but recovered nicely to win six out of their last nine games. However, they failed to improve on their record from a season ago. They finished with a record of 6-10 ultimately leading the organization to fire the head coach. Also, the Dolphins did not qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive season.
The only satisfaction the Dolphins got out of the season was they knocked out their division rival the New York Jets from playoff contention. Other than that, it was a disappointing season for the Dolphins. The Dolphins have been trying to find a franchise quarterback after Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino retired. The Dolphins have never found the consistency that Marino gave them in the early years of the franchise. The Dolphins have options at that position with Matt Moore and their first round draft pick Ryan Tannehill. There is excitement surrounding the rookie quarterback who will try to win a spot on the first unit.
The fans are itching for a winner down in Miami. The Dolphins have made the playoffs post Marino, but have bowed out in the first round in the teams two recent playoff appearances. The Miami Dolphins are trying to build a team the city can be proud of. The Dolphins play their home games in beautiful Sun Life Stadium, located in Miami Gardens, Florida. The stadium has been known by many names throughout its history, and used to be the home of Major League Baseball's Florida Marlins. Sun Life Stadium has not been kind to the Dolphins as the team has a losing record in the stadium. However, with the continual improvement of the team, the Dolphins have a shot a wildcard berth in the AFC. If you'd like to see an NFL game in a tropical environment, don't hesitate to purchase Miami Dolphins Tickets today!
What record did the Miami Dolphins have in 2011? 7 Wins – 9 Losses
What stadium do the Miami Dolphins call home? Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens
Who is the coach of the Miami Dolphins? Tony Sparano
What was the first year the Miami Dolphins played in the NFL? 1970
How many Super Bowl championship have the Miami Dolphins won? 2