Chargers vs Dolphins: A look at the series history

Stephen Dunn

The Miami Dolphins host the San Diego Chargers today in an AFC contest between 4-5 teams. We take a look back at the series history between the two franchises today.

The Miami Dolphins welcome the San Diego Chargers to South Florida today, with both teams looking to rebound from losses and climb back to .500 from their current 4-5 records. Now, let's take a look at some of the facts from the history between the two clubs:

Longest Win Streak - Dolphins: 7 (11/5/95 - 10/5/2008)

Longest Win Streak - Chargers: 2 (six times)

Current Streak: Chargers 2 (9/27/09 - Present)

Largest Margin of Victory - Dolphins: 31 (Dolphins 31 Chargers 0, 1/10/93 at Pro Player Stadium)

Largest Margin of Victory - Chargers: 34 (Chargers 44 Dolphins 10, 10/2/66 at Balboa Stadium (San Diego))

Most Points - Dolphins: 41 (Dolphins 41 Chargers 24, 12/10/67 at Orange Bowl (Miami))

Most Points - Chargers: 50 (Chargers 50 Dolphins 28, 9/7/86 at Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego))

Most Points - Combined: 79 (Chargers 41 Dolphins 38, 1/2/82 at Orange Bowl (Miami) (Playoffs))

Fewest Points - Dolphins: 0 (Chargers 24 Dolphins 0, 11/12/67 at San Diego Stadium)

Fewest Points - Chargers: 0 (Dolphins 31 Chargers 0, 1/10/93 at Orange Bowl (Miami))

Fewest Points - Combined: 21 (Dolphins 12 Chargers 9, 12/19/99 at Pro Player Stadium(Miami))

Most Rushing Yards (Single Game) - Dolphins: 143 (Ricky Williams, 11/24/02 at Miami)

Most Rushing Yards (Single Game) - Chargers: 157 (Don Woods, 9/29/74 at San Diego)

Most Receptions (Single Game) - Dolphins: 8 (Mark Duper, 12/15/91 at San Diego; Keith Jackson 1/8/95 at San Diego (Playoffs); Chris Chambers. 12/11/05 at San Diego)

Most Receptions (Single Game) - Chargers: 13 (Kellen Winslow, 1/2/82 at Miami (Playoffs)); 12 (Eric Sievers. 11/18/84 at Miami (Regular Season))

Most Receiving Yards (Single Game) - Dolphins: 143 (Mark Clayton, 9/7/86 at San Diego)

Most Receiving Yards (Single Game) - Chargers: 125 (Lance Alworth, 11/12/67 at San Diego)

Most Passing Yards (Single Game) - Dolphins: 403 (Don Strock, 1/2/82 at Miami (Playoffs)); 338 (Dan Marino, 11/18/84 at San Diego)

Most Passing Yards (Single Game) - Chargers: 433 (Dan Fouts, 1/2/82 at Miami (Playoffs)); 380 (Dan Fouts, 11/18/84 at San Diego)

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