50 moments in Miami Dolphins history

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In 1993 the Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers played in the AFC’s divisional round of the playoffs. The teams were closely matched talent wise and it was anyone’s guess as to who might come away with the win. The Dolphins left the game with their largest margin of victory ever in a playoff game blanking the Chargers 31-0.

Troy Vincent had two of the Dolphins four interceptions and Dan Marino threw three touchdown passes on the game.

The Dolphins rushed for 157 yards on the day and Marino passed for only 167 yards in one of the more balanced offensive attacks in Marino’s career. Miami would go on to face the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship game a week later and leave feeling like the Chargers losing 29-10.

On this day however Miami’s offense and defense were stifling with Keith Jackson catching two of Dan Marino’s touchdown passes and the defense holding San Diego to 210 yards combined on offense.

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