Dolphins 2015 year in review

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Dec 21, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake (91) is introduced prior to the game against the Minnesota Vikings Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports


The Dolphins began the month putting Wake on IR. They would lose three of their four November games.  33-17 to the Bills, 24-14 to the Cowboys, and 38-20 to the Jets. Their lone victory came in Philadelphia 20-19.

November 30th

One day following a second blowout loss to the New York Jets, Dan Campbell announces that he has relieved Bill Lazor of OC duties. He promotes quarterbacks coach to “play-caller”. Taylor is not given the title of OC and remains as quarterbacks coach.

December 6th

The Dolphins notch their final win of 2015. A 2 point victory over the reeling Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens entered the game with a back-up quarterback and injuries to almost every position. The Dolphins pull out the win late.

December 19th

The Dolphins release C.J. Mosley after signing QB Logan Thomas off the practice squad.

December 20th

During a loss to the San Diego Chargers WR Jarvis Landry sets the new single season receptions record in Dolphins history passing O.J. McDuffie.

December 22nd

Miami places Koa Misi and Chris McCain on IR and sign Jacques McClendon and Shelley Smith to fill in for an injured Mike Pouncey.

December 27th

The Dolphins close out 2015 with a loss to the hapless Indianapolis Colts. Miami knocks Colts back-up quarterback Matt Hasselbeck out of the game and the Colts still hold on to beat Miami with journeyman quarterback Charlie Whitehurst. The Dolphins drop the game 18-12. Jarvis Landry becomes the first player in Dolphins history to catch over 100 passes in a single season.