Who Are the Greatest Quarterbacks in Dolphins History?
In the 1970s, the Dolphins were one of the most successful NFL franchises, and much of that success could be attributed to the Hall of Fame quarterback at the helm of the offense, Bob Griese. The franchise then remained one of the top teams throughout most of the 1980s and ’90s as another Hall of Famer, Dan Marino, built a legacy as the most prolific passer in the sport’s history. Over the Dolphins’ first 34 seasons, the franchise made 19 playoff appearances and won a pair of Super Bowls behind offenses powered primarily by these two Hall of Famers.
In the seasons where neither Griese nor Marino was guiding the offense, several other quarterbacks led the team through memorable postseason runs.
In the past 20 seasons, however, Miami has been to the playoffs only four times and won just a single postseason game—all while shuffling through 21 starting