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The Miami Dolphins finished the 2022 regular season at 9-8 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2016. It was the Dolphins’ 53rd season in the NFL and 57th overall. It was the first season for Miami under new head coach Mike McDaniel. Miami started the season at 8-3 and was looking like a Super Bowl contender, but the Dolphins collapsed late in the season, losing five straight games before winning their regular season finale. Miami faced the Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card round of the 2022 NFL playoffs and although the Dolphins played well, they fell 34-31. Miami had issues at quarterback in 2022, as starter Tua Tagovailoa had concussion issues yet again and missed numerous games. Backup Teddy Bridgewater also suffered injuries and Miami was down to third-string quarterback Skylar Thompson at the end of the regular season and in the NFL Playoffs.

Miami Dolphins 2022 Season Recap

The 2022 Miami Dolphins season was almost two different seasons, as Miami bolted out to an 8-3 record but finished with just one win in their last six games.  Miami opened the season with a dominating win over the New England Patriots in Week 1, winning 20-7 in a game that was never in doubt. It was much closer in Week 2, and much different, as the Dolphins played poorly in the first half, trailing 28-7 to Baltimore, but Miami exploded in the fourth quarter and won 42-38. Miami sent a message in Week 3, as they beat the Buffalo Bills 21-19.

Reality set in for Miami in Week 4, as the Dolphins lost 27-15 at Cincinnati. It was very ugly for Miami in Week 5, as they were blown out by the Jets. Miami still couldn’t get things turned around and lost at home to the Vikings in Week 6.

The season turned in a positive way for Miami in Week 7 as they found a way to beat Pittsburgh in a low scoring game. It wasn’t easy for the Dolphins in Week 8 but they found a way to beat Detroit and they did the same thing in Week 9 as they outscored the Bears, winning 35-32. Week 10 was a complete performance from Miami, as they routed Cleveland 39-17. The Dolphins came out of their bye and took care of the Texans in Week 12, winning 30-15.

The schedule got much harder in Week 13 and Miami couldn’t handle the 49ers, losing 33-17. The losing continued in Week 14, as Miami couldn’t find a way to beat the Chargers, losing 23-17. A rematch with the Bills followed and although Miami scored plenty of points, they lost 32-29. It was yet another loss in Week 16, as the Dolphins were beaten 26-20 at home by Green Bay.

A huge game against New England occurred in Week 17 and Miami had their chances to win but an injury to Teddy Bridgewater turned the game and Miami fell 23-21. The Dolphins did win against the Jets in Week 18 by a score of 11-6 and Miami backed their way into the playoffs.

The Dolphins had to go with Skylar Thompson for their Wild Card Playoff game against the Bills. Miami started slowly, trailing 17-0, but rallied to tie the game at 17 and the Dolphins actually pulled ahead 24-20 after a defensive score early in the third quarter. The lead didn’t last long, as the Bills scored the next two touchdowns to take a 34-24 lead. Miami did score with about five minutes left to pull within 34-31 but couldn’t find a way to get the tying score.

The Dolphins finished the regular season at 9-8 SU and 9-8 ATS with eight games going over the total and nine going under. Miami averaged 23.4 points per game which ranked 11th in the league and they put up 364.5 yards per contest. They gave up 23.5 points per game which was near the bottom of the league and they allowed 337.8 yards per contest. Raheem Mostert led the team in rushing with 891 yards, Tua Tagovailoa threw for 3,548 yards, while Tyreek Hill had 1,710 receiving yards.

Miami Dolphins Schedule & Results

Week 1 vs. New England Patriots W 20-7 1-0
Week 2 at Baltimore Ravens W 42-38 2-0
Week 3 vs. Buffalo Bills W 21-19 3-0
Week 4 at Cincinnati Bengals L 15-27 3-1
Week 5 at New York Jets L 17-40 3-2
Week 6 vs. Minnesota Vikings L 16-24 3-3
Week 7 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers W 16-10 4-3
Week 8 at Detroit Lions W 31-27 5-3
Week 9 at Chicago Bears W 35-32 6-3
Week 10 vs. Cleveland Browns W 39-17 7-3
Week 11 BYE
Week 12 vs. Houston Texans W 30-15 8-3
Week 13 at San Francisco 49ers L 17-33 8-4
Week 14 at Los Angeles Chargers L 17-23 8-5
Week 15 at Buffalo Bills L 29-32 8-6
Week 16 vs. Green Bay Packers L 20-26 8-7
Week 17 at New England Patriots L 21-23 8-8
Week 18 vs. New York Jets W 11-6 9-8

Miami has not yet earned a regular status on prime-time television. Their schedule is highlighted by two prime-time games in 2022. The Dolphins get a Prime Video game at the Cincinnati Bengals in week four. In week seven, Miami gets an NBC Sunday Night Football date at the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Miami Dolphins Past Seasons (2000)

2022 9-8 Lost Wild Card Round
2021 9-8 None
2020 10-6 None
2019 5-11 None
2018 7-9 None
2017 6-10 None
2016 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2015 6-10 None
2014 8-8 None
2013 8-8 None
2012 7-9 None
2011 6-10 None
2010 7-9 None
2009 7-9 None
2008 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2007 1-15 None
2006 6-10 None
2005 9-7 None
2004 4-12 None
2003 10-6 None
2002 9-7 None
2001 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2000 11-5 Lost Divisional Round

The Miami Dolphins were a 1966 American Football League expansion franchise. Since their inception, they have shared the same AFC East Division with the New England Patriots, New York Jets, and Buffalo Bills.

Miami drafted exceptionally well from the day the franchise opened for business. Players such as quarterback Bob Griese and running backs Jim Kiick, Larry Csonka, and Mercury Morris formed a strong nucleus. Wide receiver Paul Warfield later came over and was a Hall of Famer. But the most important acquisition was head coach Don Shula. Shula arrived in 1970 and got the Dolphins into the playoffs that year. By 1971, the Dolphins were AFC Champions. In 1972, Miami turned in a 17-0 perfect championship season, the only one in NFL history.

From 1970 through 2001, the Dolphins were perennial playoff contenders. But since 2002, Miami has made the playoffs only twice.

Of course, Miami is known for former quarterback Dan Marino re-writing the record book in a sensational career.

Owner Stephen M Ross bought the team in 2008 and has been one of the least effective owners in the NFL. After head coach Brian Flores was fired last January, he accused Ross of offering to pay him to lose games. As of yet, Ross has not sued Flores for defamation of character. And heading into training camp, there was no news to the contrary.

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