1999 Miami Dolphins schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
9-7-0 1-1 5368 3786 1582 41 315 5095 3321 1774 32 285
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The Miami Dolphins' thirty-fourth season was in 1999, and it was the fourth season Jimmy Johnson served as the head coach of the team. They finished the year 9-7-0 in the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars 62-7.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Denver Broncos 38-21
Week 2 Arizona Cardinals 19-16
Week 4 Buffalo Bills 18-23
Week 5 @ Indianapolis Colts 34-31
Week 6 @ New England Patriots 31-30
Week 7 Philadelphia Eagles 16-13
Week 8 @ Oakland Raiders 16-9
Week 9 Tennessee Titans 17-0
Week 10 @ Buffalo Bills 3-23
Week 11 New England Patriots 27-17
Week 12 @ Dallas Cowboys 0-20
Week 13 Indianapolis Colts 34-37
Week 14 @ New York Jets 20-28
Week 15 San Diego Chargers 12-9
Week 16 New York Jets 31-38
Week 17 @ Washington Redskins 10-21


Week Opponent Score Notes
Wild Card Round @ Seattle Seahawks 20-17
Divisional Round @ Jacksonville Jaguars 7-62


Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson Assistant Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt Offensive Coordinator: Kippy Brown Defensive Coordinator: George Hill Quarterbacks Coach: Larry Seiple Wide Receivers Coach: Robert Ford Offensive Line Coach: Paul T. Boudreau Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Rich McGeorge Running Backs Coach: Joel Collier Tight Ends Coach: Pat Jones Defensive Line Coach: Cary Godette Linebackers Coach: George Hill Secondary Coach: Mel Phillips Defensive Nickel Package Coach: Bill Lewis Special Teams Coach: Mike Westhoff Kicking Coach: Doug Blevins Defensive Staff Assistant: Randy Shannon Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Gamble Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Brad Roll Director of Player Development: John Gamble Scouting Assistant: Anthony Hunt Assistant Athletic Trainer: Troy Maurer Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Curtis Johnson, Tyrone Dixon, David Blanchard, Joe Jefferson, Robert Kennedy, David Moody, James Salgado