1994 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
10-6-0 1-1 6741 4925 1816 32 383 6104 4372 1732 37 357
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The Miami Dolphins' twenty-ninth season was in 1994, and it was the twenty-fifth season Don Shula served as the head coach of the team. They finished the year 10-6-0 in the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the San Diego Chargers 22-21. At the end of the season Dan Marino earned Comeback Player of the Year and Tim Bowens earned AP Defensive Rookie of the Year.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New England Patriots 39-35
Week 2 @ Green Bay Packers 24-14
Week 3 New York Jets 28-14
Week 4 @ Minnesota Vikings 35-38
Week 5 @ Cincinnati Bengals 23-7
Week 6 @ Buffalo Bills 11-21
Week 7 Los Angeles Raiders 20-17
Week 9 @ New England Patriots 23-3
Week 10 Indianapolis Colts 22-21
Week 11 Chicago Bears 14-17
Week 12 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 13-16
Week 13 @ New York Jets 28-24
Week 14 Buffalo Bills 31-42
Week 15 Kansas City Chiefs 45-28
Week 16 @ Indianapolis Colts 6-10
Week 17 Detroit Lions 27-20

Playoffs

Week Opponent Score Notes
Wild Card Round Kansas City Chiefs 27-17
Divisional Round @ San Diego Chargers 21-22

Coaches

Head Coach: Don Shula Assistant Head Coach: John Sandusky Quarterbacks Coach: Gary Stevens Wide Receivers Coach: Larry Seiple Offensive Line Coach: John Sandusky Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Rich McGeorge Tight Ends Coach: Rich McGeorge Offensive Assistant Coach: Gary Stevens Offensive Backs Coach: Tony Nathan Defensive Line Coach: Joe Greene Linebackers Coach: George Hill Secondary Coach: Mel Phillips Defensive Assistant Coach: Tom Olivadotti Special Teams Coach: Mike Westhoff Staff Assistant: Joel Collier Strength Coach: John Gamble Conditioning Coach: Junior Wade Assistant Athletic Trainer: Troy Maurer