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Dolphins lead series, 7-3
2-4 @ Dallas
1-2 @ Miami
11/22/73...Lost @ Dallas, 7-14
11/5/78...Lost @ Miami, 16-23
10/25/81...Won @ Dallas, 28-27
12/17/84...Lost @ Miami, 21-28
11/22/87...Lost @ Dallas, 14-20
11/19/89...Lost @ Miami, 14-17
11/25/93...Lost @ Dallas, 14-16
10/27/96...Won @ Miami, 29-10
11/25/99...Won @ Dallas, 20-0
11/27/03...Lost @ Dallas, 21-40
Cowboys points scored...184
Dolphins points scored...195
Cowboys lead Post Season series, 1-0
Super Bowl VI (New Orleans, LA)
1/16/72...Dallas Won, 24-3
Vegas line for the game...Dallas -3.5
The Cowboys are 3-1-1 on September 16. They have been the home team 4 times and are 2-1-1 at home, they are 1-0 on the road.
The Miami Dolphins joined the AFL in 1966, and were then integrated into the NFL following the 1970 merger. The were founded by Joe Robbie and actor Danny Thomas. They were the very first professional sports team in the state of Florida. Joe Robbie took over as sole owner almost immediately and he is whom their 2nd stadium was named after. They originally played in the Orange Bowl. Joe Robbie Stadium is now known simply as Dolphins Stadium. Wayne Huzienga purchased the team in 1990.
The Dolphins are one a few teams to have a winning record against the Cowboys and it would take a long time to pull even with them. If the Cowboys win this year it would be 12 more years before they could even the series at 7 games apiece if they win them all. On the positive side of the ledger is the fact that Dallas has a Super Bowl win over the Dolphins in Super Bowl VI, 24-3. That score remains the fewest points ever allowed in a Super Bowl.
The Dolphins are 2-3 in Super Bowls. Their last appearance in a Super Bowl was in Super Bowl XIX. Their last win was in Super Bowl VIII.
The Dolphins have have 7 Head Coaches in the History, the most successful being Don Shula, who holds the all time NFL record for wins by a Head Coach with 347 wins, 276 as Dolphins Head Coach. Don Shula is one of 9 Dolphins enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Dolphins all time regular season record is 368-253-4, and they are 20-19 in the post season.
Dolphins Depth Chart
QB...Green, Lemon, Beck
RB...Brown, L. Booker, Cobbs, Chatman
WR...M. Booker, Ginn, Camarillo
DT...Traylor, Soliai, Fifita
DT...Holliday, R. Wright
SOLB...Porter, Spragan, A. Wright
MLB...Thomas, Smith, McCune
WOLB...Crowder, Pope, Miles
CB...W. Allen, Lehan
SS...Bell, Tillman, Bryan
CB...Goodman, Daniels, J. Allen
KR...Ginn, Brown, L. Booker