The Dolphins have been absent from the playoffs since way back in 2009, and have not won a Super Bowl since 1973. As a team, they have been the home to such Hall of Fame names as Paul Warfield, Larry Csonka, Jim Langer, Bob Griese, Larry Little, Don Shula, Dwight Stephenson, Nick Buoniconti, Dan Marino, Thurman Thomas, Cris Carter, Bill Parcells and Junior Seau. They flirted with greatness a few times behind Dan Marino’s arm in the 90s, but they were never able to regain the greatness they achieved in the 70s. [+]

Marino will go down in history as one of the greatest players in pro sports to never win a championship.

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Key dates in the team history. January 20, 1985: The last time the Dolphins played Super Sunday. It has been a rough go ever since. January 8, 2009: Their last playoff appearance.

How strong is the team within its division/conference? The Dolphins sadly play in the same division as the powerhouse New England Patriots. So making the playoffs is tough. They were in last place in 2016. 

What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? The team’s strength is its youth. Some are pointing to their 2016 draft class as their best ever. The Laremy Tunsil pick in the first round could turn out to be the steal of the draft, according to experts.

How far does the team usually go in the league? The fish have been what’s for dinner recently, most teams come in and devour them. And things don’t look to be changing soon. This is a young team, and most are expecting it to place last in the division, and near the bottom of the NFL.