You’ve found the Miami Dolphins 2011 schedule. The 2011 schedule includes a number key matchups that should give you some insight into the Miami Dolphins’ prospects for this season. You can find these matchups in the table below. Here’s a quick look at what’s on tap for Miami in 2011.
Week 1: Miami is the host team for week one of the 2011 NFL Season. In this early September MNF game, the Dolphins host the New England Patriots, who have won eight of the last ten AFC East Division titles. In two games last season, the Patriots defeated the Dolphins 79-21. They could improve their performance last season if they cut down on free agency. This season is crucial for the Dolphins.
Opening the season against the Patriots, the Miami Dolphins have one of the most difficult opening games in NFL history. The Dolphins will face the New England Patriots on Sept. 12. This game will be televised by NBC. After that, the Dolphins have two more Monday Night Football games and one Thanksgiving Day game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington. In addition to these tough games, Miami has one home game in November.
The 2011 Miami Dolphins played their 46th season in the NFL. Their head coach was Tony Sparano. They played their home games in Sun Life Stadium. They finished 6-10-1 overall, 4-4-0 at home, and 26-0 on the road. Despite being unlucky in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Dolphins finished second in their division and fired their head coach on December 12.
The Dolphins traveled to Dallas in November to face the Cowboys in Thanksgiving. The Miami Dolphins’ kicker kicked a 26-yard field goal in the first quarter and a 32-yard field goal in the second half. The Cowboys ended the game with a lead of four points. The game ended in a tight final quarter. However, the Dolphins won the game and improved to 4-8.
The Miami Dolphins’ 2011 season started with a home game against the New England Patriots. The Patriots scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter, and maintained a six point lead at halftime. After that, they were unable to overcome the Patriots’ strong defense and were held to an 8-8 record. It wasn’t until the playoffs that the Dolphins won three consecutive games and won one of four overtime games.