Take your pick of Miami Dolphins teams for our final spot of the worst all-time.
There are two teams that stand out as being bad that I will let you decide upon. We can nitpick through history but the 2011 team and the 2019 team were not good football teams.
The 2011 team saw Tony Sparano fired midway through the season and replaced by Todd Bowles. The Dolphins had won four games under Sparano and after week 14, they gave the job to Bowles to finish the season out.
Miami had a lot of internal problems with Sparano, Stephen Ross, and Jeff Ireland which pretty much doomed the season before it started. Still, Miami managed to finish the season with a +16 point differential to go with their six wins.
To some, the 2019 season is one that many fans should be thrilled with. A five-win season that still gave Miami the chance to draft Tua Tagovailoa but let us not pretend that the coaching job by Brian Flores made this team great. The 2019 Dolphins would not likely beat most of the teams in franchise history.
Miami gutted the roster and even today, the casual fan wouldn’t know who was on that roster let alone who all the starters were. I actually had to pause for a moment to remember that Ryan Fitzpatrick was the leading passer and runner.
Miami’s defense was so bad that they gave up 188 more points that the Dolphins offense could manage to score. That 188 by the way was only matched by the 1967 expansion team who also gave up a negative 188 point differential.