The 2004 Miami Dolphins were an underachieving team. They finished fourth in America Football Conference’s East Division. The Dolphins scored 275 and allowed 354 points under the direction of Jim Bates and Dave Wannstedt, their head coaches. Quarterback A.J. Quarterback A.J. The injuries suffered by the Dolphins sank their chances of winning Super Bowl.
The 2004 Miami Dolphins finished the season with a 4-12 record. They went 3-5 at home and 1-6 on the road. They had a -79 point difference and missed the playoffs. The team was expected to win at least 5.7 games and place sixth in the AFC in 2004. A better team might have had a six-10 record, but instead finished with a record of 4-12. The 2004 Miami Dolphins schedule shows that the team had a difficult season overall.
The 2004 Miami Dolphins had their 39th season. The team’s first losing season was in 2004, and Dave Wannstedt was the head coach. The team played their home games at Pro Player Stadium. The Dolphins finished the season with a record 4-12-0 overall. They were 3-5 at home and 1-7-0 away. These poor statistics are not surprising when you consider the Dolphins were one of the best teams in the league.