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NFL schedule release 2020
Despite COVID-19, the NFL is still planning on releasing a full schedule. The schedule is typically released end of April, generally a week before the draft. However, this year, the 2020 NFL schedule has been delayed. Rumors are circulating that it will take place week of May 4.
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Team: Miami Dolphins
Division: AFC East
Home Games: Hard Rock Stadium
Head Coach: Brian Flores
Super Bowls: 2 (1972, 1973)
All-Time Greats: Dan Marino, Paul Warfield, Larry Little, Jason Taylor
Established in 1965, the Miami Dolphins have the distinction of being the oldest pro sports team in the state of Florida. Before the team came on the scene and started playing officially in 1966, this part of Florida had not had a professional franchise for football since the defunct Miami Seahawks. By the 1971 season, the Dolphins appeared in their first Super Bowl but lost to the Dallas Cowboys. However, the Miami Dolphins came back for a perfect 17-0 season the following year and took home the next Super Bowl trophy. To this date, that remains the last undefeated season by an NFL team. Amazingly, Miami returned to the title game the following year, becoming the first to appear in three consecutive Super Bowls. Interested in seeing how today's Dolphins stack up to the greats of the '70s? Grab your choice of Miami Dolphins tickets at StubHub.
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Where do the Miami Dolphins play?
Although it has changed names several times since it opened as Joe Robbie Stadium in 1987, the Dolphins team calls the Hard Rock Stadium its home. The venue, which replaced the Orange Bowl as the Dolphins' previous home, can seat up to 67,767 fans for Dolphins games; however, its record attendence was 80,120 for the 2013 BCS National Championship Game. The Hard Rock Stadium has hosted five Super Bowls and one Pro Bowl since opening.
Who are the Miami Dolphins’ biggest rivals in their conference?
The Dolphins team has longstanding rivalries with three divisional opponents. Possibly the most bitter rivalry comes from the New York Jets. Some of this rivalry is fueled directly by the fans of both teams. Another feud within the division comes from the Buffalo Bills, and this competitive spirit is largely due to stark differences in the cultures of both cities. This rivalry heavily favored the Dolphins during the 1970s when the team won all 20 games it played against the Bills. Finally, the Miami Dolphins also have a competition going with the New England Patriots. Since all of the teams in the AFC East play each other at least twice a year, the rivalries are quite strong.
Who is the head coach for the Miami Dolphins?
Brian Flores has coached the Miami Dolphins since the start of the 2019 season. Before this change, he held several coaching positions with divisional rivals the New England Patriots.
Have the Miami Dolphins returned to the Super Bowl since the '70s?
Yes, the Miami Dolphins have reached the Super Bowl two more times since last winning the big game in 1973. They reached the Super Bowl in 1982 and 1984 but lost both matchups.
What was the Miami Dolphins’ record last season?
The Miami Dolphins had a record of five wins to eleven losses for the 2019 NFL season. They finished last in the AFC East.
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