Who quarterbacked the 72 dolphins?

February 10, 2021 Off By idswater

Who quarterbacked the 72 dolphins?

Earl Morrall
When Earl Morrall came to the Dolphins in 1972, it was to reunite with coach Don Shula and serve as the backup to future Hall of Famer Bob Griese. Little did anyone know, however, Morrall would become the primary quarterback for the undefeated 1972 Dolphins, the only team in NFL history to complete a 17–0 season.

Has there ever been a perfect NFL season?

Since the National Football League began in 1920, only one team has played a perfect season (both regular season and playoffs): the 1972 Miami Dolphins, who won all fourteen of their regular season games and three postseason games, including Super Bowl VII, to finish the season 17–0–0.

What was the perfect season for the Miami Dolphins?

Miami’s Perfect Season. The Anatomy of a Perfect Season that’s the theme of the Pro Football Hall of Fame display that commemorates the magnificent record of the 1972 Miami Dolphins when they became the first team in National Football League history to go through an entire season undefeated and untied.

What was the record of the Miami Dolphins in 1972?

The 1972 Miami Dolphins won the AFC Eastern division and AFC championships and then defeated the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII to complete an unblemished 17-0-0 record.

When did the Miami Dolphins go undefeated in a season?

that’s the theme of the Pro Football Hall of Fame display that commemorates the magnificent record of the 1972 Miami Dolphins when they became the first team in National Football League history to go through an entire season undefeated and untied.

When did the Miami Dolphins first win a championship?

The Dolphins since 1970 have won 13 AFC Eastern division championships and five AFC titles. In the 1984 season, quarterback Dan Marino threw a then-record 48 touchdown passes. The Dolphins first playing home was the Orange Bowl in Miami. Fan support was excellent, in 1973, the Dolphins established an NFL record with 74,961 season ticket sales.