The Miami Dolphins' 5 Most Memorable Week 1 Games in History

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The Miami Dolphins' 5 Most Memorable Week 1 Games in History
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Dan Marino and Mark Ingram after scoring a touchdown during an epic opening day against New England in 1994

The Miami Dolphins' Week 1 game against the Houston Texans (Sunday 1:00pm ET CBS) has already become one of the most historic in team history.

It's Ryan Tannehill's NFL start, and he's the first Dolphins rookie quarterback to start in Week 1 since Bob Griese all the way back in 1967 (the team's second year of existence).

Before we look forward to a season that could be one of the most challenging in Miami Dolphins history, we're going to look back a bit today.

What were the most memorable Week 1 games in Dolphins history? We'll be looking at these games based on how important these games would be in the long term, what happened in these games that still resonates, and partly, just how entertaining these games were.

It was a tough decision to choose only five out of the 46 opening days in Miami Dolphins history, but here are some of the most memorable.

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