The 1973 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise’s eighth, and fourth in the National Football League (NFL). The team entered the 1973 season as defending Super Bowl champions, with an undefeated 14–0 regular season winning streak the previous season, and a final 17–0 record including post-season and Super Bowl VII victory.

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  • La stagione 1973 dei Miami Dolphins è stata l'ottava della franchigia e la quarta nella National Football League. La squadra iniziò la stagione come vincitrice del Super Bowl in carica dopo aver concluso da imbattuta la stagione precedente, coronata dalla vittoria del Super Bowl VII. La squadra vinse la AFC East e sconfisse i Minnesota Vikings nel Super Bowl VIII. Fu la seconda vittoria consecutiva e al 2014 l'ultima per i Dolphins. Anche se i Dolphins non riuscirono a pareggiare il record perfetto di 17-0 del 1972, molti scrittori sportivi, tifosi e i giocatori degli stessi Dolphins sentirono che la squadra del 1973 era ancora migliore. Mentre nell'anno precedente non aveva affrontato nella stagione regolare nessun avversario che avesse un record migliore di 8–6, la squadra del 1973 affrontò un calendario molto più difficoltoso che vedeva la presenza di squadre da playoff come Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers e Dallas Cowboys oltre a due partite contro una squadra in forma come i Buffalo Bills che vedeva la presenza di O.J. Simpson che quell'anno corse oltre 2.000 yard. Miami terminò la stagione regolare con un record di 12-2, inclusa una vittoria nella settimana 1 contro i San Francisco 49ers che portò la striscia della squadra a 18 vittorie consecutive, pareggiando il record NFL. Tale striscia si interruppe con una sconfitta per 12–7 contro i Raiders in trasferta nella settimana 2. (it)
  • The 1973 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise’s eighth, and fourth in the National Football League (NFL). The team entered the 1973 season as defending Super Bowl champions, with an undefeated 14–0 regular season winning streak the previous season, and a final 17–0 record including post-season and Super Bowl VII victory. The team won the AFC East, finishing with a regular season record of 12–2, and defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the league’s eighth Super Bowl. It was the Dolphins’ second-consecutive (and to date last) Super Bowl victory. With the Dolphins combined records of 17–0 and 15–2 over the course of their 1972 and 1973 seasons, the Dolphins posted a 32–2 total record over 2 years, for a winning percentage of .941. (en)
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  • * Assistant Head Coach/Defense – Bill Arnsparger * Defensive Line – Mike Scarry * Defensive Backs – Tom Keane
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  • * President – Joe Robbie * Vice President – Don Shula * Director of Player Personnel – Bobby Beathard
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  • * Offense – Bill McPeak * Offensive Backs – Carl Taseff * Offensive Line – Monte Clark
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  • Won Divisional Playoffs 34–16
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  • Won Super Bowl VIII 24–7
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  • ;First Quarter * MIA – Paul Warfield 13-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 7–0 * CIN – Horst Muhlmann 24-yard field goal - Dolphins 7–3 * MIA – Larry Csonka 1-yard run - Dolphins 14–3 ;Second Quarter * MIA – Mercury Morris 4-yard run - Dolphins 21–3 * CIN – Neal Craig 45-yard interception return - Dolphins 21–10 * CIN – Horst Muhlmann 46-yard field goal - Dolphins 21–13 * CIN – Horst Muhlmann 10-yard field goal - Dolphins 21–16 ;Third Quarter * MIA – Jim Mandich 7-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 28–16 * MIA – Garo Yepremian 50-yard field goal - Dolphins 31–16 ;Fourth Quarter * MIA – Garo Yepremian 46-yard field goal - Dolphins 34–16
  • ;First Quarter * OAK - George Blanda 12-yard field goal - Raiders 3–0 ;Second Quarter * OAK - George Blanda 46-yard field goal - Raiders 6-0 ;Third Quarter * OAK - George Blanda 19-yard field goal - Raiders 9-0 ;Fourth Quarter * OAK - George Blanda 10-yard field goal - Raiders 12-0 * MIA - Jim Mandich 28-yard pass from Bob Griese - Raiders 12-7
  • ;First Quarter *MIA – Paul Warfield 21-yard pass from Bob Griese – Dolphins 7–0 *MIA – Paul Warfield 7-yard pass from Bob Griese – Dolphins 14–0 ;Second Quarter *MIA – Garo Yepremian 27-yard field goal – Dolphins 17–0 *MIA – Paul Warfield 16-yard pass from Bob Griese – Dolphins 24–0 *MIA – Paul Warfield 4-yard pass from Bob Griese – Dolphins 31–0 ;Third Quarter *MIA – Garo Yepremian 28-yard field goal – Dolphins 34–0 ;Fourth Quarter *DET – Steve Owens 5-yard run – Dolphins 34–7
  • ;First Quarter * MIA - Mercury Morris 19-yard run - Dolphins 7–0 ;Second Quarter * NYJ - John Riggins 1-yard run - Tie 7-7 * NYJ - John Riggins 3-yard run - Jets 14-7 * MIA - Mercury Morris 4-yard run - Tie 14-14 ;Third Quarter * MIA - Paul Warfield 37-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 21-14 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 20-yard field goal - Dolphins 24-14
  • ;First Quarter * SF - Bruce Gossett 47-yard field goal - 49ers 3-0 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 31-yard field goal - Tie 3-3 ;Second Quarter * MIA - Garo Yepremian 53-yard field goal - Dolphins 6-3 * SF - Vic Washington 3-yard run - 49ers 10-6 ;Third Quarter * SF - Bruce Gossett 30-yard field goal - 49ers 13-6 ;Fourth Quarter * MIA - Paul Warfield 10-yard pass from Bob Griese - Tie 13-13 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 45-yard field goal - Dolphins 16-13 * MIA - Safety, Tom Wittum tackled by Curtis Johnson in end zone - Dolphins 18-13 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 22-yard field goal - Dolphins 21-13
  • ;First Quarter * MIA - Mercury Morris 3-yard run - Dolphins 7–0 * MIA - Marlin Briscoe 12-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 14-0 ;Second Quarter * MIA - Garo Yepremian 19-yard field goal - Dolphins 17-0 * MIA - Paul Warfield 3-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 24-0 ;Third Quarter * MIA - Paul Warfield 40-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 31-0 ;Fourth Quarter * NYJ - Bobby Howfield 38-yard field goal - Dolphins 31-3
  • ;First Quarter * MIA – Larry Csonka 11-yard run - Dolphins 7–0 ;Second Quarter * MIA – Larry Csonka 2-yard run - Dolphins 14–0 ;Third Quarter * OAK – George Blanda 21-yard field goal - Dolphins 14–3 * MIA – Garo Yepremian 42-yard field goal - Dolphins 17–3 * OAK – Mike Siani 25-yard pass from Ken Stabler - Dolphins 17–10 ;Fourth Quarter * MIA – Garo Yepremian 26-yard field goal - Dolphins 20–10 * MIA – Larry Csonka 2-yard run - Dolphins 27–10
  • ;First Quarter * MIA - Dick Anderson 27-yard interception return - Dolphins 7–0 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 28-yard field goal - Dolphins 10-0 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 46-yard field goal - Dolphins 13-0 * MIA - Jim Mandich 2-yard pass from Bob Griese - Dolphins 20–0 ;Second Quarter * MIA - Dick Anderson 38-yard interception return - Dolphins 27–0 * PIT - Roy Gerela 37-yard field goal - Dolphins 27-3 * MIA - Garo Yepremian 14-yard field goal - Dolphins 30-3 ;Third Quarter * PIT - Preston Pearson 5-yard pass from Terry Bradshaw - Dolphins 30-10 ;Fourth Quarter * PIT - Franco Harris 21-yard run - Dolphins 30-17 * PIT - Barry Pearson 17-yard pass from Terry Bradshaw - Dolphins 30-24 * PIT - Safety, Dwight White tackled Bob Griese in end zone - Dolphins 30-26
  • ;First Quarter * MIA – Larry Csonka 5-yard run - Dolphins 7–0 * MIA – Jim Kiick 1-yard run - Dolphins 14–0 ;Second Quarter * MIA – Garo Yepremian 28-yard field goal - Dolphins 17–0 ;Third Quarter * MIA – Larry Csonka 2-yard run - Dolphins 24–0 ;Fourth Quarter * MIN – Fran Tarkenton 4-yard run - Dolphins 24–7
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  • Week Twelve: Pittsburgh Steelers at Miami Dolphins
  • Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7
  • Miami Dolphins 27, Oakland Raiders 10
  • Miami Dolphins 34, Cincinnati Bengals 16
  • Week Eight: Miami Dolphins at New York Jets
  • Week Four: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
  • Week Fourteen: Detroit Lions at Miami Dolphins
  • Week One: San Francisco 49ers at Miami Dolphins
  • Week Two: Miami Dolphins at Oakland Raiders
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  • Ray Scott, Pat Summerall and Bart Starr
  • Frank Gifford, Howard Cosell, and Don Meredith
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  • The 1973 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise’s eighth, and fourth in the National Football League (NFL). The team entered the 1973 season as defending Super Bowl champions, with an undefeated 14–0 regular season winning streak the previous season, and a final 17–0 record including post-season and Super Bowl VII victory. (en)
  • La stagione 1973 dei Miami Dolphins è stata l'ottava della franchigia e la quarta nella National Football League. La squadra iniziò la stagione come vincitrice del Super Bowl in carica dopo aver concluso da imbattuta la stagione precedente, coronata dalla vittoria del Super Bowl VII. La squadra vinse la AFC East e sconfisse i Minnesota Vikings nel Super Bowl VIII. Fu la seconda vittoria consecutiva e al 2014 l'ultima per i Dolphins. (it)
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