Robert Allen "Bob" Griese .
Bob Griese started 9 games and Rick Norton started 5 games for the 1969 Dolphins.
His name was Bob Griese, a Hall of Fame quarterback out of Purdue, drafted in the 4th round in 1967 by the AFL's Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins starting QB was Bob Griese and the Minnesota Vikings starting QB was Fran Tarkenton.
Bob Griese was the starting QB for Miami in Super Bowl VIII.
David Woodley started 11 games, Bob Griese started 3 games, and Don Strock started 2 games for the 1980 Dolphins.
bob griese and earl morral
Dolphins lost their starting quarterback, Bob Griese, in the fifth game of the season. 38-year-old Earl Morrall won the nine remaining regular season games.
Bob Griese. He started 13 of the 14 regular season games in 1973 and Earl Morrall started 1 game.
Bob Griese wore #12 for the Dolphins.
Bob Griese and Earl Morrall.
Bob Griese; Bob Griese started the season as the primary quarterback but suffered a fractured leg and dislocated ankle in Game 5 of the 1972 season against the San Diego Chargers. Griese was replaced by Earl Morrall who started all of the games up to and including the AFC championship game against the Steelers. Morrall was replaced by Griese in the second half of the game and was the starter in the Super Bowl.
Bob Griese was the starter and Earl Morrill was the backup.
Bob Griese and Earl Morral
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2 ... Super Bowls VII and VIII with the Miami Dolphins.
: These numbers have been retired by the Miami Dolphins : : 12 -- Bob Griese : 13 -- Dan Marino : 39 -- Larry Csonka
At quarterback, the Dolphins started Bob Griese for the first 5 games of the season. After he got injured, Earl Morrall started the remaining 9 regular season games, as well as the Dolphins' first two playoff games. Griese returned to make his 6th start of the season in the Super Bowl against the Redskins. At running back, the Dolphins split time at halfback between Mercury Morris and Jim Kiick.