Over the last 10 days, the NFL has been asking fans to vote for which three games from their favorite team should be uploaded to YouTube. The full network broadcast for each game will be added to YouTube in August, allowing fans to review some of the great moments in team history.
NFL.com has announced that all 96 games have been determined, and they include 25 of the 50 Super Bowls played. Super Bowl 50, played this past February when the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots, is included on the list as a part of the Broncos’ three games.
(The Carolina Panthers still have all five of their option games listed, with the bottom three all receiving 12% of the vote - so there may still be a run-off to actually get the list of games down to 96 total.)
Here are the three games for the Miami Dolphins that will be available on YouTube:
Super Bowl VII -- Dolphins vs. Redskins
End of perfect season.
1985 Week #13 -- Dolphins vs. Bears
Dolphins ruins Bears unbeaten season on Monday Night.
1994 Week #13 -- Dolphins vs. Jets
Dan Marino fake spike play.
The two options that did not receive enough votes for Miami were the 2004 Week 15 games against the New England Patriots and 1994 Week 1 against the Patriots where Dan Marino and Drew Beldsoe dueled it out with 894 combined passing yards and 9 touchdown passes.
Miami will also be featured in games for other teams - which obviously will not go well for the Dolphins. The team’s 2000 Week 8 meltdown against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football - the “Monday Night Miracle” - was selected, as was the San Diego Chargers’ 1981 AFC Divisional Playoff win in overtime against Miami and the Dallas Cowboys’ win over the Dolphins in Super Bowl VI. You can check out all of the games to be uploaded here.