Miami Dolphins: The 50 Most Significant Plays in Team History, Part III

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Time to revisit the most significant plays in Miami Dolphins history.  This article brings the series to more than half complete. 
Just so you can keep track, here is part I of the 50 Most Significant Plays in Team History: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/407581-the-50-most-significant-plays-in-miami-dolphins-history-part-one 
And here is part II: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/409437-part-two-the-50-most-significant-plays-in-miami-dolphins-history
As you might imagine by this point, there are still some very memorable and significant plays yet to be discussed and there are some plays that may have slipped under the radar.
1994 Marino's Fake Spike
Oh, I love the trick plays, especially the ones that come in key moments of a game.  Trailing New York 24-21 with about 30 seconds left in the game, and the ball at the Jets' eight (8), much of the crowd and those watching on television knew what was to come. 
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