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Miami Dolphins Fleece: Allover

Product ID: nflf00019
Miami Dolphins Fleece: Allover

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Width: 60 inches
Content: 100% Polyester
Background: Turquoise
Repeat: 10 1/2 H, 12 3/4 V
Price: $12.98
The Miami Dolphins were founded by Joseph Robbie and Danny Thomas in 1965 as part of the AFL. During its first four seasons, the team compiled a record of 15-39-2. The team's fortunes began to change when it hired Don Shula away from the Baltimore Colts as head coach in 1970. Shula's hiring produced immediate dividends as in his first year as coach the Dolphins finished 10-4 and made their first trip to the playoffs.


The following season cemented the Dolphins' status as one of the premier teams in the NFL, as the Dolphins made a run to Super Bowl VI, which they lost 24-3 to the Dallas Cowboys. This would be only the first of three consecutive trips to the Super Bowl, with the Dolphins emerging victorious in two.

In 1972, the Dolphins became the first team after the AFL-NFL merger to go undefeated throughout an entire season, culminating in a 14-7 defeat of the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII.

The following season, the Dolphins wrapped up the regular season with a 12-2 record before going on to win a second consecutive Super Bowl against the Minnesota Vikings. The final of the game was 24-7.

The Dolphins returned to the Super Bowl in 1983, but were defeated by the Redskins 27-17. In the ensuing draft the Dolphins selected quarterback Dan Marino out of the University of Pittsburgh. In his second season, Marino led the Dolphins to Super Bowl XIX, which they lost 38-16 to the San Francisco 49ers.

Though the Dolphins have not appeared in another Super Bowl since then, they did return to the Conference Championship game twice, first losing to the New England Patriots in 1985, then to the Buffalo Bills in 1992.

Super Bowl Appearances:

  • 1972 (Super Bowl VI): Lost 24-3 to the Dallas Cowboys

  • 1973 (Super Bowl VII): Won 14-7 over the Washington Redskins

  • 1974 (Super Bowl VIII): Won 24-7 over the Minnesota Vikings

  • 1983 (Super Bowl XVII): Lost 27-17 to the Washington Redskins

  • 1985 (Super Bowl XIX): Lost 38-16 to the San Francisco 49ers

Hall of Famers:

  • Nick Buoniconti, Linebacker (1969-1976)

  • Larry Csonka, Running Back (1968-1974, 1979)

  • Bob Griese, Quarterback (1968-1980)

  • Jim Langer, Center (1970-1979)

  • Larry Little, Guard (1969-1980)

  • Dan Marino, Quarterback (1983-1999)

  • Don Shula, Head Coach (1970-1995)

  • Dwight Stephenson, Center (1980-1987)

  • Paul Warfield, Wide Receiver (1970-1974)

The design of the Miami Dolphins NFL Fleece: Allover consists of the teams' dolphin logo over a turquoise background.

The Miami Dolphins NFL Fleece: Allover is a great polar fleece fabric to use for quilts, shirts, jackets, coat linings, carrying bags, bed sheets, bedspreads, blankets, pet clothing and more.

Miami Dolphins NFL Fleece: Allover is soft, it dries quickly and it still insulates when wet. Since it is also lightweight, you’ll perspire less when active, making this NFL fleece the perfect fabric for winter sports. Hats, gloves, linings, robes and slippers are other ideal uses for the Miami Dolphins NFL Fleece: Allover.