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2022 Dolphins Make Wild Card Round of the Playoffs
In 2022, the Dolphins won their first three games, starting with a win against the New England Patriots. They edged past the Baltimore Ravens in week two, and then went on to beat the Bills 21-19. It seemed that the team was the new force in the AFC East, right up until they lost the next three games. The Bengals, Jets, and Vikings had victories over the "quick start" Dolphins. Miami would go on to win their next five games, and it looked like the team was back on track. But the win streak would be over when the 49ers defeated Miami 33-17. The team would lose five games in a row before squeaking out a victory 11-6 over the Jets in the last game of the season. That victory earned the Dolphins a Wild Card playoff spot against the Bills. In that playoff round, the Buffalo Bills won 34-31 and the season came to a close for the Dolphins.
Dolphins starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa played in 13 of 17 games in 2022. He finished the season with a 105.5 rating. His 25 touchdowns and just eight interceptions were an improvement from the previous season, but Tagovialoa struggles to stay healthy. Tyreek Hill had 119 receptions and 1710 total yards in 2022. Jaylen Waddle had an outstanding season, with eight touchdowns and 1356 receiving yards. Running back Raheem Mostert had three touchdowns and ran for 891 total yards for the season.
Dolphins 2021 Season Recap and Post-Season Moves
The Miami Dolphins could point to their seven-game losing streak as the breaking point for 2021. Optimistic fans could point to the seven-game win streak that followed right after that as their bright spot. This is a team that hit a low, and followed up with a huge high. If anything, it shows that this is a team that can win when they need to and brings that energy into 2022. In the end, the team went 9-8 overall.
For 2022, the Dolphins have locked in seven players who were at the end of their contracts. Six new players have come to the club through free agency. More moves have yet to be made. The Dolphins are making roster changes to get to the 2022 playoffs. Teddy Bridgewater has been signed as the backup quarterback to Tua Tagovailoa. Is it a quarterback competition for the starting position, disguised as a backup acquisition? We’ll know that answer after training camp. Jaylen Waddle had over 1000 receiving yards in 2022 and scored six touchdowns. His first season in the NFL was impressive. Mike Gesicki saw a drop in touchdowns but still had a very productive season. He had 780 receiving yards in 2021. On the defensive side, Xavian Howard made the Pro Bowl in 2021. He had 50 tackles, five interceptions, and one sack. He’ll be back in 2022.
Dolphins 2017 Recap
The Miami Dolphins fell short of expectations in 2017, completing the season with a record of 6-10. Third place in the AFC East is not going to get your team into the playoffs. Following the Ryan Tannehill injury, Miami pulled Jay Cutler out of retirement for 10 million dollars. Now with the returning Tannehill, Cutler goes back into retirement for good this time. Meanwhile, the Dolphins released linebacker Lawrence Timmons to start the offseason. Then on March 23, they made two signings, picking up running back Frank Gore, and quarterback Brock Osweiler. Gore has had one of the longest shelf lives for a running back in NFL history, still going strong into his 14th season now in the league. Osweiler, who has one of the strongest arms on the planet, but has serious accuracy issues from time to time, will compete to be backup to Tannehill this season.
The other notable move for the Dolphins in free agency was the signing of tight end Galvin Escobar. In the draft, the Dolphins needed help on defense and in round one, they took one of the most versatile players on the board- safety Minkah Fitzpatrick from Alabama, who can play either cornerback or safety and can also play on the line of scrimmage. In rounds two and four, they picked up a pair of tight ends for Tannehill to throw to Mike Gesicki from Penn State, and Durham Smythe from Notre Dame. In between those two, they snagged more help on defense in outside linebacker Jerome Baker from Ohio State. Fourth-round running back Kalen Ballage from Arizona State will be a third down and special teams back. Sixth-round cornerback Cornell Armstrong could play in quarter packages plus special teams. Kicker Jason Sanders from New Mexico will be Miami’s new placekicker. The Dolphins are ready to go for 2018.
Dolphins Celebrate Their Many Years In The NFL
The Miami Dolphins were founded in 1966 and began playing the same year. They played in the old Miami Orange Bowl from 1966 to 1986. It was in the Orange Bowl that they achieved their greatest successes in the history of their organization. During their 20-year playing tenure in the Orange Bowl, they won the AFC five times, and the Super Bowl twice, in 1972, and 1973. One of those Super Bowls came at the end of their perfect season, the only perfect season in league history. In 1987 they moved into their current building, which has changed its name five different times. It was first known as Joe Robbie Stadium from 1987 to 1996. From 1996 to 2005 it was known as Pro Player Stadium. From 2005 to 2009 it was known as Dolphins Stadium. From 2009 to 2010 it was known as Land Shark Stadium, and in 2010 the name was changed again to Sun Life Stadium.
The Dolphins are currently a team on the upswing that is trying a little too hard in free agency to be good, sooner rather than later. That can potentially be a bad thing. This is a make-or-break year for the Dolphins in the long run.
The Dolphins are currently in the fourth season of head coach Joe Philbin and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Following a very long, drawn-out, dramatic storyline involving the potential bullying of offensive tackle Jonathan Martin by teammate Richie Incognito there was a major shakeup within the organization this last offseason with the firing of general manager Jeff Ireland. Dennis Hickey replaced him as the new GM. Joe Philbin was not fired, but he was given the warning to get control over his locker room or else. During the offseason, the Dolphins acquired Ndamukong Suh from the Detroit Lions.
Will Dolphins fans show up for 2017? It’s safe to say that the team has made things very interesting, before the first preseason game.
“Strange, unusual, pleasantly surprising” are the words that can be used to describe the Miami Dolphins 2016 season. They finished the season 10-6, in second place in the AFC East, good for the second wild-card spot. But a second-place finish is not the entire story. Halfway through the season, the Dolphins lost franchise quarterback Ryan Tannehill with a torn ACL. Matt Moore stepped in and led the Dolphins into the playoffs. Yes, they got smacked all over the field by a far superior Pittsburgh Steelers team in that game, but that isn't the point. The point is that Matt Moore did as good of a job as he could when called up to start for the Dolphins.
The first order of business this off-season for the Dolphins was the release of veterans. They ended up cutting offensive tackle Brandon Albert, defensive end Mario Williams, defensive tackle Earl Mitchell, and cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. They did extend defensive end, Cameron Wake, for another season and added wide receiver Kenny Stills via free agency. They also added safety T.J. McDonald as well. In the draft, they added outside linebacker Charles Harris in round one. In round two they went inside with Raekwon McMillan from Ohio State. In round three they added cornerback Cordrea Tankersley from Clemson. All three players will be expected to contribute early. With Ryan Tannehill back and healthy, perhaps 2017 is finally the season where the Dolphins run down the vaunted Patriots.
It seems as if the Miami Dolphins have been on everyone’s rise radar for years. Every year the experts keep saying “watch out for the Dolphins, this could be the year they finally break through.” However, they never seem to meet these expectations, and after a disappointing 2018 campaign that saw them finish 7-9, ownership finally had enough. The owners fired head coach Adam Gase, replacing him with Brian Flores.
The Dolphins did very little in free agency, as they wanted to look to the draft to begin their rebuild. The one move of note they made in free agency was to add veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick for depth. For the draft, perhaps the Dolphin's biggest move was the trade they made on day two when they sent a 2019 second-round draft choice to the Arizona Cardinals for quarterback Josh Rosen, who was the Cardinal's 2018 first-round draft choice. However, the Cardinals had a coaching change, and Rosen simply is a bad fit for Kliff Kingsbury’s system, so they spent the first pick overall on Kyler Murray from Oklahoma.
This made Rosen expendable, and the Dolphins swooped in. As far as the draft itself goes, they spent their first-round draft choice on defensive tackle Christian Wilkens from Clemson to boost their defensive line. In round three they added offensive guard Michael Deiter from Wisconsin. In round five they went back to Madison and added outside linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel from Wisconsin. In round six they added another piece to their offensive line depth with tackle Isaiah Prince from Ohio State. They finished off their draft with fullback Chandler Cox from Auburn and running back Myles Gaskin from Washington. The Dolphins have a new head coach and a new quarterback in place. Watch for them to trade Ryan Tannehill during camp.