Do You Actually Know NFL - Miami Dolphins?

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  • 1. 

    Which Miami Dolphin receiver led the NFL in receptions in 1998?

    • A.

      O.J. McDuffie

    • B.

      Yatil Green

    • C.

      Orande Gadsden

    • D.

      Irving Fryar

    Correct Answer
    A. O.J. McDuffie
    Explanation
    O.J. McDuffie is the correct answer because he led the NFL in receptions in 1998. The question is asking for the Miami Dolphin receiver who achieved this feat, and McDuffie fits the criteria. He had a successful season in 1998, making a league-leading 90 receptions, solidifying his place as the top receiver in terms of receptions for that year.

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  • 2. 

    Who was the first head coach of the Miami Dolphins?

    • A.

      Nick Saban

    • B.

      Jimmy Johnson

    • C.

      Don Shula

    • D.

      George Wilson

    Correct Answer
    D. George Wilson
    Explanation
    George Wilson was the first head coach of the Miami Dolphins. He served as the head coach from 1966 to 1969, leading the team during its inaugural years in the American Football League (AFL). Wilson played a crucial role in establishing the team's foundation and guiding them through their early seasons. While Don Shula is a well-known coach in Dolphins history, he was not the first head coach of the team.

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  • 3. 

    Who did Dan Marino throw his last career pass to?

    • A.

      O.J. McDuffie

    • B.

      Rob Konrad

    • C.

      Tony Martin

    • D.

      Mark Duper

    Correct Answer
    A. O.J. McDuffie
    Explanation
    Dan Marino threw his last career pass to O.J. McDuffie.

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  • 4. 

    How many yards rushing was Larry Csonka's record for a Dolphins post-season game?

    • A.

      165

    • B.

      149

    • C.

      145

    • D.

      138

    Correct Answer
    C. 145
    Explanation
    Larry Csonka's record for a Dolphins post-season game was 145 yards rushing.

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  • 5. 

    What former Miami Dolphins receiver stood trial for money laundering in 1999?

    • A.

      Nat Moore

    • B.

      Tony Martin

    • C.

      Oronde Gadsden

    • D.

      Fred Banks

    Correct Answer
    B. Tony Martin
    Explanation
    Tony Martin is the correct answer because he was indeed a former Miami Dolphins receiver who stood trial for money laundering in 1999. This trial brought negative attention to his career and tarnished his reputation.

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  • 6. 

    Who was named the 4th head coach in Dolphin history?

    • A.

      Dave Wannstedt

    • B.

      George Wilson

    • C.

      Don Shula

    • D.

      Jimmy Johnson

    Correct Answer
    A. Dave Wannstedt
    Explanation
    Dave Wannstedt was named the 4th head coach in Dolphin history.

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  • 7. 

    Who did the Miami Dolphins draft in the first round at overall number 20 in the 1994 NFL College Draft?

    • A.

      Tim Bowens

    • B.

      Curtis Enis

    • C.

      Bob Whitfield

    • D.

      Champ Bailey

    Correct Answer
    A. Tim Bowens
    Explanation
    The Miami Dolphins drafted Tim Bowens in the first round at overall number 20 in the 1994 NFL College Draft.

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  • 8. 

    Who wore number 85 for the "Perfect Season" Dolphin team?

    • A.

      Nick Buoniconti

    • B.

      Tim Foley

    • C.

      Jim Kiick

    • D.

      Dick Anderson

    Correct Answer
    A. Nick Buoniconti
    Explanation
    Nick Buoniconti wore number 85 for the "Perfect Season" Dolphin team.

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  • 9. 

    Who played guard for the 1972 Miami Dolphins and wore #67?

    • A.

      Nick Buoniconti

    • B.

      Jim Mandich

    • C.

      Bob Kuechenberg

    • D.

      Bob Griese

    Correct Answer
    C. Bob Kuechenberg
    Explanation
    Bob Kuechenberg is the correct answer because he played guard for the 1972 Miami Dolphins and wore jersey number 67. He was a key player in the Dolphins' undefeated season and helped lead them to win Super Bowl VII. Kuechenberg was known for his strong blocking skills and was a vital part of the team's success during that season.

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  • 10. 

    Who wore number 53 for the "Perfect Season" Dolphin team?

    • A.

      Bob Matheson

    • B.

      Larry Seiple

    • C.

      Larry Csonka

    • D.

      Paul Warfield

    Correct Answer
    A. Bob Matheson
    Explanation
    Bob Matheson wore number 53 for the "Perfect Season" Dolphin team.

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  • 11. 

    Who wore #40 for the "Perfect Season" Miami Dolphins team?

    • A.

      Bob Griese

    • B.

      Dick Anderson

    • C.

      Lloyd Mumphord

    • D.

      Jim Kiick

    Correct Answer
    B. Dick Anderson
    Explanation
    Dick Anderson wore #40 for the "Perfect Season" Miami Dolphins team.

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  • 12. 

    Who wore #22 for the "Perfect Season" Miami Dolphins team?

    • A.

      Jim Kiick

    • B.

      Eugene Morris

    • C.

      Nick Buoniconti

    • D.

      Manny Fernandez

    Correct Answer
    B. Eugene Morris
    Explanation
    Eugene Morris wore #22 for the "Perfect Season" Miami Dolphins team.

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  • 13. 

    Who played running back for the 1972 Miami Dolphins and wore number 21?

    • A.

      Jim Mandich

    • B.

      Eugene Morris

    • C.

      Jim Kiick

    • D.

      Larry Csonka

    Correct Answer
    C. Jim Kiick
    Explanation
    Jim Kiick played running back for the 1972 Miami Dolphins and wore number 21.

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  • 14. 

    Which two Dolphins wore the number 13 jersey?

    • A.

      Dick Anderson And Dan Marino

    • B.

      Jake Scott And Dan Marino

    • C.

      Jake Scott And Rickey Williams

    • D.

      Earl Morrall And Dan Marino

    Correct Answer
    B. Jake Scott And Dan Marino
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Jake Scott And Dan Marino. This answer is correct because it states that Jake Scott and Dan Marino both wore the number 13 jersey. The other options mention different combinations of players, but only this answer includes both Jake Scott and Dan Marino.

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  • 15. 

    What is the address of the stadium the Miami Dolphins play home games in?

    • A.

      2269 Dan Marino Blvd.

    • B.

      2269 Florida Blvd.

    • C.

      2269 Dolphin Road

    • D.

      2269 Joe Robbie Blvd.

    Correct Answer
    A. 2269 Dan Marino Blvd.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 2269 Dan Marino Blvd. This is the address of the stadium where the Miami Dolphins play their home games.

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