Don Shula was named head coach of the Miami Dolphins 50 years ago today.
Ronnie Brown looks back at the day the Dolphins debuted the Wildcat at New England in 2008.
Don Shula and the Dolphins went into Yankee Stadium and beat the Giants en route to completing the Perfect Season.
Nat Moore takes us back to his famous helicopter catch in a 31-17 win over the Jets.
Doug Pederson takes us back to Don Shula's recording-breaking win against the Eagles in 1993.
Hurricane Andrew moved the 1992 season opener. Marks Higgs tells the story of what happened next in Cleveland.
Mark Duper looks back at his first career start against the Bills in 1983 at the Orange Bowl.
Oronde Gadsden takes us back to 1999 when the Dolphins scored 25 fourth-quarter points to beat Peyton Manning and the Colts.
A.J. Duhe takes us back to 1983, when he set an AFC playoff record with three interceptions, as the Dolphins defeated the New York Jets.
Larry Seiple looks back at his clutch fake punt in the 1972 AFC Championship that helped send the undefeated Dolphins to the Super Bowl.
Louis Oliver looks back at his three-interception game in Buffalo which included a 103-yard pick-six.
Jake Scott looks back at his two-interception game against the Redskins to complete the Perfect Season.
Don Strock remembers the 1982 record-setting playoff game that featured a comeback and one of the most famous plays in NFL history.
Mark Clayton looks back at his record-breaking three-touchdown performance against the Dallas Cowboys in 1984 on Monday Night Football at the Orange Bowl.
Dan Marino looks back at his epic return to football in 1994 after suffering an Achilles injury the season prior.
Greg Camarillo looks back at his game-winning OT touchdown against the Ravens in 2007.