2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in AFC East
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Show off your best TD celebration (1:37)
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Landry hoping to lock up contract before season (0:42)
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Landry picking up skills from OBJ (0:44)
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3dMike Sando

The GOAT Index: Top-10 quarterbacks since 1978

Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl, but his place among the all-time great quarterbacks is secure according to our panel of NFL coaches and executives.

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4dBill Barnwell

Most outsized contracts: Suh, Jones stand out

Ndamukong Suh's deal is about market value for a future Hall of Famer of his stature, but Reshad Jones is getting paid like a top-three safety despite a resume that suggests otherwise.

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5dAaron Schatz

Sneaky strengths: Dolphins

Jay Ajayi was fabulous last season. However, it's what the Dolphins did without him in the backfield that was sneaky good.

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AFC East Q&A: Who will be the division MVP?

He'll be 40 by the time the regular season kicks off, but if he's healthy, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is our panel's slam-dunk pick for East MVP.

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10dJames Walker

Koa Misi, Leonte Carroo among Dolphins on bubble

As Miami's expectations rise following a 10-win season, some veterans thought to be roster locks could be fighting for their jobs this summer.

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10dBill Barnwell

Head Coach Championship Belt: Don Shula

Yes, the 1972 Dolphins are almost certainly overrated. Even so, Don Shula still engineered the only perfect season on record, with another title the next year to boot.

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12dNFL Insiders

Future Power Rankings: Dolphins

The Dolphins have one of the NFL's best defensive lines, but is Ryan Tannehill really the long-term future at quarterback? If Miami can't answer that question, then it'll be nearly impossible to leap past its division foes.

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AFC East Q&A: Who is the best newcomer?

The rich get richer, as the addition of WR Brandin Cooks solidifies the Patriots as favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

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Suh: Without question, Patriots are beatable (1:48)

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.826th
Rushing Yards114.09th
Points For22.717th
Points Against23.818th

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