Miami Dolphins Fantasy Football Team Names for the Fans

The best, most clever and funny fantasy team names for Miami Dolphins fans

What are the best fantasy football team names for Miami Dolphins fans? Look no further. Whether you’re looking for great, funny, clever, old, new or stupid fantasy football team names to match your favorite team the Miami Dolphins we’ve got it right here.

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Miami Dolphins trade for TE Julius Thomas: The Dolphins have spent the offseason raving about Thomas’ fit in their offense and, like their options at tight end before him, have nothing but optimistic projections for him. His injury track record as well as the team’s disappointing recent history with tight ends, however, cannot be ignored. Thomas is a “prove it” late-round tight end.

The best fantasy football team names are often created by looking at the team’s top players. For the Dolphins, that’s quarterback Ryan Tannehill, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, defensive end Cameron Wake, and running back Jay Ajayi. Of course, you can always go back to former Dolphins like Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino, QB Chad Henne (now with Jacksonville) or RB Arian Foster, as well as current backup QB Matt Moore, which are sure to provide some great foundations for references.

Here’s our list of Dolphins fantasy football team names:

  • Kung Suh Panda
  • Dirty Landry
  • Wake Suhperior
  • The Tannehillbillies
  • SUHcker punch
  • Tannesaurus Rex
  • Let Misi About That
  • Moore than Just a Backup
  • Reshad Are You Talking About?
  • Henne Given Sunday
  • Suh-per Bowl Bound
  • Not so Fasano
  • Orange Julius
  • All Aboard the Jay Train
  • Suh-icide Squad
  • Smoking Not Permitted
  • Let Misi Your TDs
  • Tannehill’s a Marine, No?
  • Henne, I Shrunk the Kids
  • The Tannehills Have Eyes

Miami Dolphins Tight End Julius Thomas

When the Dolphins acquired Thomas from the Jaguars this offseason, I wrote about how I loved the moved for Miami. As the OTAs move along, seeing how active he is in their camp makes me believe in his upside that much more.

While I have no idea what “going to be a thing” translates to in the fantasy world, it can only be positive.

Thomas’ best two seasons came for the Broncos when current Head Coach Adam Gase was the offensive coordinator in Denver. As PFF points out, Thomas was the seventh-best TE in 2013 and the ninth-best in 2014. With OC Clyde Christensen adding that Thomas could score “10 plus TDs” this season, it would not surprise me if he was able to return to the Pro Bowl caliber player he was out in Denver.

After the struggles he experienced in Jacksonville, he sounds like a much more mature person off the field.

The best medicine he took this offseason, in my humblest of opinions, was getting away from Blake Bortles.

Ryan Tannehill isn’t exactly Peyton Manning in his prime, be he’s a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback playing in Adam Gase’s system which is built to help quarterbacks thrive. Outside of DeVante Parker, the Dolphins don’t have a lot of redzone threats, so even if Thomas doesn’t accumulate a ton of yards, he will be a touchdown threat each and every week.


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