As a franchise touting the only perfect season in NFL history, as well as legendary Hall of Famers like quarterbacks Bob Griese, Dan Marino, and Super Bowl-winning head coach, Don Shula, Miami Dolphins fans have always had plenty to be proud of. With sights set on the postseason, the Dolphins are always a team not to be missed live. After a second-place finish in the AFC East in 2012, head coach Joe Philbin will continue to pack the home stands at Sun Life Stadium by fielding a talented roster that now includes Pro Bowler Mike Wallace. The offseason move will give QB Ryan Tannehill a fresh target downfield for the upcoming season, which will especially come in handy as the squad dives into the many rivalries adorning the 2013 Dolphins schedule. Notable opponents include the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots, so head to the marketplace today to find your ideal Dolphins tickets on sale now.
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The Miami Dolphins will look to continue the momentum in 2013 after finishing second in the AFC East last season behind first-year head coach, Joe Philbin, and quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. The squad unveiled a new logo for the upcoming year to go along with several roster changes endured in the offseason. The loss of Reggie Bush to the Detroit Lions likely came as a surprise to many, but fortunately, the team stocked up on valuable free agents, including wide receiver Mike Wallace, the top available receiver, and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, who was a key cog for the reigning Super Bowl champion, Baltimore Ravens.
The Dolphins 2013 schedule has been tabbed as the eighth most difficult in the league, and has the squad on the road for the first two games of the year. Miami will open the season at the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 8, before making the short trip to the Hoosier State to take on the Indianapolis Colts on Sept. 15. The Dolphins will finally get to greet fans at Sun Life Stadium on Sept. 22, when they host the 2012 NFC South division champion, Atlanta Falcons. Additional home games throughout the season include matchups against the Baltimore Ravens (Oct. 6), Cincinnati Bengals (Oct. 31), New England Patriots (Dec. 15), and New York Jets in the final game of the regular season on Dec. 29. Secure a seat to watch this exciting team live with our stock of affordable Dolphins tickets.
Dolphins in the Mix in Competitive AFC East
After five weeks of play, the AFC East division race is still wide open, with three of the four teams tied with two wins apiece, just behind the New England Patriots. The Miami Dolphins have collected wins over Oakland and Cincinnati, and still boast six more home games before the end of the regular season. Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill has seen significant playing time already, taking each and every snap through the first five weeks of the season. Tannehill is 97-for-169 passing for 1,269 yards and one touchdown. On the receiving end, he’s favored Brian Hartline (29 receptions) and Davone Bess (22), while Reggie Bush has led the way on the ground with 86 carries for 417 yards and three TDs.
Pick up your Miami Dolphins tickets today and head out to Sun Life Stadium for the chance to see the likes of the St. Louis Rams (10/14), Seattle Seahawks (11/25), and Patriots (12/2), among others scheduled to come to town in the coming weeks.