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2014 Miami Dolphins ticket preview

The Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the New England Patriots in three consecutive weeks during their 2013 campaign to earn an 8-6 record and a good chance to make the postseason. Then they promptly went out and closed their season by losing to the Buffalo Bills and those same Jets they had beaten soundly three weeks earlier. Playoff hopes: effectively dashed.

 

As fans that have held Dolphins tickets in the past know all too well, Miami is the AFC East’s token wild card team. And I don’t mean “wild card” in the postseason sense. In this case, “wild card” represents a club that can compete with any team in the division on a given night, and then lose to the worst team in the league the very next week. Miami Dolphins tickets entitle the holder to a roller coaster ride, if nothing else.

 

And why stop the fun? Dolphins tickets are expected to bring with them that same atmosphere of the unknown in 2014.

 

Let’s start with the offense. QB Ryan Tannehill should develop a stronger rapport with WR Mike Wallace—he of the five-year, $60 million contract ($30 million guaranteed)—this season, which should ease some of the burden placed on WR Brian Hartline’s shoulders.

 

Hartline was again Tannehill’s favorite target last season, as the duo combined for 70+ completions and 1,000+ yards for the second straight year. If Hartline is Tannehill’s security blanket, it stands to reason that he can make better use of Wallace’s speed on the outside next year.

 

On defense, LB Dannell Ellerbee and Brent Grimes made favorable impressions on fans last season. Ellerbe recorded a career-high 101 tackles and Grimes intercepted four passes in his first season after suffering an Achilles tendon tear. (Former Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland connected on both of those free-agent signings, but it wasn’t enough to save his job.)

 

Can the team put the Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin bullying scandal behind it and move forward in 2014? Will fans holding Miami Dolphins tickets this season see a playoff contender from the Sun Life Stadium seats? One thing’s for sure: if you buy Dolphins tickets, you’ll be in for a ride.

Miami Dolphins Tickets preview

Miami Dolphins tickets are the hottest in the league after an incredible offseason that saw the team import boatloads of talent, starting with speedy wide receiver Mike Wallace. Buy Dolphins ticket and see a re-tooled offense led by confident second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He’ll be throwing to Wallace, newly-signed targets Brandon Gibson and Dustin Keller and holdover wideout Brian Hartline. Dolphins tickets are your chance to see a stout defense that added linebacker Dannell Ellerbe from the Super Bowl-champion Ravens and first-round draft pick Dion Jordan, a freakish athlete who played defensive end at Oregon.

Buy Dolphins tickets online and be a part of a winning tradition that was highlighted by the Don Shula era and the perfect season of 1972. The Dolphins have won two Super Bowl titles, five conference championships and 13 division crowns. They’ve reached the playoffs 22 times. Sun Life Stadium has been the Dolphins’ home since 1987, and it remains one of the jewels in the NFL.

The Miami Dolphins schedule is a blockbuster, featuring home games against AFC East rivals New England, the New York Jets and Buffalo as well as exciting contests against the Falcons, Ravens, Bengals, Panthers and Chargers. Everyone wants to see what this new-look Miami offense is capable of, and you don’t want to miss a single snap! So get your Miami Dolphins tickets now.

The Dolphins finished 7-9 in Tannehill’s first season, which also was the first season for coach Joe Philbin, the former offensive coordinator at Green Bay. It’s safe to say the Dolphins have nearly as much offensive talent as the great Packers teams Philbin helped lead. Buy Dolphins tickets online and watch Tannehill throw deep to Wallace, who averages more than 17 yards per catch in his career. Wallace left Pittsburgh for Miami because he saw Tannehill’s potential and felt the two could develop great chemistry quickly. Running back Lamar Miller is another player ready to break out in 2013.

Buy Miami Dolphins tickets online and see it all come together. The Dolphins did lose left tackle Jake Long, but fortunately they are very deep on the offensive line and will be able to protect Tannehill. Get your Dolpins tickets and watch this dynamic bunch challenge New England for divisional supremacy.



Miami Dolphins ticket info

One of the best Dolphins games of the year is going to be their game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles this December. The Dolphins will look to rebound from a disappointing season in 2010 and get back on track in the 2011-12 campaign.

The Big Tuna got his big tackle and now he wants you to get your 2008 Miami Dolphins tickets.
That's right, the Big Tuna, legendary football mind Bill Parcells is running the show at Dolphins Stadium. After spending last year in the ESPN broadcast booth, Parcells was itching to get back into the game. He considered the Atlanta Falcons, but quickly realized Miami was the place for him.
Parcells has a difficult task in front of him, but can rely on more than two decades worth of NFL experience to accomplish his goals. Parcells has taken two teams to the Super Bowl, winning a pair of Lombardi trophies with the New York Giants. He also built the New England Patriots, New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys into perennial playoff contenders during his illustrious career.
There's little doubt that Parcells will get the Dolphins turned around, but how long it takes is another question. 2008 Miami Dolphins tickets will provide some of the answers.
For instance, Dolphins ticket holders will likely find out who their quarterback of the future during the 2008 NFL season.
Will it be second-year pro John Beck, who the Dolphins picked out of BYU in the 2007 NFL Draft? Or will rookie Chad Henne out of Michigan emerge as the frontrunner?
Whichever quarterback earns the starting role will have the benefit of dropping back in the pocket behind No. 1 overall draft pick, Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long.
Talented running back Ronnie Brown will also be happy to see Long paving the way for him. Before suffering a season-ending injury last year, Brown was leading the NFL in rushing. The Auburn product expects to be back at full strength for the 2008 NFL season.
The blueprint has been laid out. The rebuilding process has begun at Dolphins Stadium. Bill Parcells is overseeing the entire process. So make plans to see the Big Tuna work his magic and resurrect the Dolphins. It will be a daunting task, but if anyone can do it, it's Parcells. So don't put off buying 2008 Miami Dolphins tickets from ABCTickets.com. It's your chance to see the rebirth of the Miami Dolphins.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy Miami Dolphins Tickets

10. Saban the tyrant is gone! After two lackluster seasons, surly coach Nick Saban is gone. The grouchy coach who failed to deliver a playoff berth in his brief tenure in Miami jumped back to the college ranks to take over the University of Alabama. Saban’s departure made room for new Miami coach Cam Cameron.

9. Dolphin Stadium: Dolphin Stadium has hosted four Super Bowls, including last year’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears, proving that it’s one of the top venues in all of the NFL.

8. Chris Chambers: Seemingly each year, Chris Chambers is expected to explode and finally live up to his enormous potential. Is this the season the talented wide out delivers? Find out with Miami Dolphins tickets.

7. Jason Taylor: The reigning defensive player of the year, Jason Taylor is in the twilight of his career. But the relentless pass rusher isn’t showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon.

6. John Beck: The Dolphins past on Notre Dame golden boy Brady Quinn in the first round and ended up with BYU product John Beck. A prototypical pocket passer, Beck will be looked upon to solidify the Dolphins’ quarterback position, which just hasn’t been the same since Dan Marino retired.

5. 4. Cam Cameron's offense: Cameron arrives in Miami after an ultra-successful stint as offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers.

4. Ted Ginn Jr.: A controversial first-round pick, Ginn Jr. should bring instant energy to Dolphins Stadium. The former Ohio State Buckeye is an electric wide receiver and kick returner.

3. 2007 Miami Dolphins Schedule: Miami Dolphins tickets will treat NFL football fans to a live look at some of the most successful franchises in the league, including the Dallas Cowboys (Sept. 16), the Oakland Raiders (Sept. 30) and New England Patriots (Oct. 21), among many other tantalizing match-ups.

2. South Beach: Plan your entire weekend around your 2007 Miami Dolphins tickets, but make sure to find time to visit South Beach, where the nightlife on the beach never ends.

1. Ronnie Brown: It’s time for Ronnie Brown to emerge as the Dolphins’ franchise back. The ‘Phins took the Auburn product with the second pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. While Brown has shown signs of greatness, he’s yet to put up the kind of numbers expected from a top five pick.


Miami Dolphins tickets are again on the menu of Florida sports entertainment. The Dolphins organization has always been a draw for some of the top talent over the years. The Shula and Marino years have set a tradition of elite competition by Miami in the AFC. Last year did not quite live up to expectations, though, as the Fish finished a mediocre 9-7 and failed to make the playoffs. Miami’s big name defense did allow the least amount of points in the AFC east, but that did not stop Nick Saban and the Dolphin brass from hunting new defensive talent in the NFL Draft. These additions, along with some free-agent bounty highlighted by the acquisition of All-Pro quarterback Daunte Culpepper, put the Dolphins in position to build on the foundation laid in Saban’s first year.

The biggest story in the Dolphins’ camp this off-season was the signing of Culpepper. Culpepper represents a serious upgrade at quarterback for the Dolphins, having thrown for over 20,000 yards in his seven years with the Vikings. Nick Saban may have inherited a team with quarterback problems, but in his second year at the helm, he’s now solved them. Expect running back Ronnie Brown to come into his own in 2006. Brown rushed for 907 yards on 207 carries in his rookie season, but after troubled teammate Ricky Williams was suspended by the NFL, Brown looks to be carrying a heavier load this time around.

Dolphins fans have been flocking to Pro Player Stadium in recent years to see the Pro Bowl defenders Zach Thomas and Jason Taylor. The two accounted for 166 tackles and over 70% of the team’s sacks. Looking to build on their already solid defense the Dolphins used the 13th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft to upgrade their secondary with the selection of Tennessee cornerback Jason Allen. Allen has NFL speed coming out of college and has been a favorite player of Saban’s since he attempted to recruit him at LSU out of high school.

Miami Dolphins tickets will be making a big splash this season. With a running back that is certain to improve with experience, a proven quarterback, and a beefed up defense, the Miami Dolphins will be gunning for the big boys in the AFC East.

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (8-6) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS (6-8)
8:30 p.m. Monday
Dolphins Stadium

Miami stunk up the joint one week after shutting out the Patriots. How schizo is that? But wait, Cleo Lemon is coming in to save the season. Seriously, the Dolphins have been eliminated from the playoff picture. Is it time for Saban to start looking at players for next year? Or will he keep trying to win. We don't see how the Dolphins can possibly get hyped up for this game. At least not as hyped up as the Jets. Harrington may play but it won't make a difference. The Dolphins defense has been carrying the team all year and they'll have to have a great game to stop the Jets.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 28, Miami Dolphins 2017
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Since you can't play Jason Taylor by himself take the Miami defense.

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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS (9-3) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

The Dolphins were playing well up until Week 13 when the Jaguars put up a 24-10 roadblock to the NFL Playoffs. Now the New England Patriots, fresh off wins over the Bears and the Lions, will come in chasing the Colts for the AFC lead. This is a very important game for both teams. The winner will vastly improve his chances or his ranking in the playoff hunt. Miami’s defense needs to rebound from their showing against the Jags. The Patriots won in Detroit but not impressively. But in December you have to like the Patriots. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 24, Miami Dolphins 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Call us crazy but we believe Joey Harrington can do some damage against the Patriots(Last week: Wide receiver Chris Chambers – 8 catches for 121 yards)
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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (6-5) at MIAMI DOLPHINS (5-6) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

Wow! How many of you wrote off the Miami Dolphins after their dismal start to the season. But now, Nick Saban has righted the ship and has the Dolphins back in contention for a playoff berth. Along with Saban, a lot of the credit to the Dolphins’ turnaround has to be given to quarterback Joey Harrington, who steeped in for Daunte Culpepper early in the season. Harrington has been amazing and will look to continue his success against the defensive-minded Jacksonville Jaguars, who visit Dolphins Stadium on Sunday.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Miami 17, Jacksonville 14
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins QB Joey Harrington. (Last week: Harrington — 19-29, 213 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT)

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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
MIAMI DOLPHINS (4-6) AT DETROIT LIONS (2-8) TICKETS
12:30 p.m., Thursday
Ford Field

Dolphins fans hailed Nick Saban as a savior last season. Just when they were getting ready to burn him in effigy he gets the Dolphins playing real football again. We'll find out what Saban is all about in front of a national audience all stuffed with turkey on this Thanksgiving Day game. Make no mistake, it's the Dolphins defense that has been putting them in the win column. Joey Harrington seems to have settled in as a competent, if not great, starting quarterback. As long as he doesn't make any major mistakes the Dolphins have a chance. But playing in Detroit, against a team that lives for this game, is going to be tough on Harrington, who's known ton choke on the big stage. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit Lions 24, Miami Dolphins 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown will rebound from his worst ever performance. (Last week: Joey Harrington - 26 of 42, 254 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT)
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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (4-5) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (3-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

The Dolphins are showing signs of a resurgence. In the past two weeks they’ve beaten both the Chicago Bears and the Kansas City Chiefs, two of the NFL’s better teams. The Dolphins relied on defense after taking a 13-0 lead and that unit responded with big play after big play, shutting down Larry Johnson and creating a late turnover to preserve a 13-10 lead. The Dolphins will need more of the same when the Vikings come to town. Minnesota is in a must win situation after dropping three straight. But the Vikes are struggling on both sides of the ball. Normally a game against a 3-6 opponent looks like an opportunity to get something going, but in this case it looks like a scary situation for Minnesota. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 28, Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins QB Joey Harrington (Last week: Joey Harrington, 19 of 35, 201 yards)
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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (5-3) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (2-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

Give the Dolphins their due. This is a team that hasn’t quit despite a miserable start. Nick Saban has a defense that’s playing well. He also has a quarterback that’s looks like he’s a little more comfortable under center now. The Dolphins finally got Ronnie Brown cut loose too. All things considered the Dolphins have the potential to finish strong but they’ve got a tough game against Kansas City on Sunday. Don’t expect miracles but do expect some solid play from the Dolphins “D”. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 28, Miami Dolphins 20
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins QB Joey Harrington (Last week: Joey Harrington, 16 of 32, 137 yards, 3 TD’s, 1 INT)
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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
MIAMI DOLPHINS (1-6) AT CHICAGO BEARS (7-0) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Soldier Field

As if things weren’t bad enough for the Dolphins. After a miserable 1-6 start, their free agent quarterback out, and a list of injuries that makes the team roster look like ER, the Dolphins now have to play the Chicago Bears. With Rex Grossman playing well again and the Bears defense conjuring up images of the 1985 Super Bowl team, Miami will be lucky if they can just make the game respectable. Either that or the Dolphins will begin another late season surge. Nah, not gonna happen. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Chicago Bears 35, Miami Dolphins 14
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins QB Joey Harrington (Last week: Fish on a bye)
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PAST WEEK'S MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
MIAMI DOLPHINS AT HOUSTON TEXANS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

After a rocky start, the Dolphins finally bounced back with a win over Tennessee last week. Culpepper’s repaired knee is showing no signs of failing him, and Ronnie Brown and the Dolphins rushing attack may just be the ticket to success that Nick Saban has been looking for. The Dolphins are improving every week, so look for a dominating Miami win over the hapless Houston Texans this week.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Miami Dolphins 29, Houston Texans 13
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown will have a field day against the Texans. (Last Week: Daunte Culpepper, 17 of 26, 168 yards, 1 TD rushing)

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PAST WEEKS MIAMI DOLPHINS TICKETS
Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

Miami Dolphins tickets are ready to break out of the doldrums. Welcome the Titans! The fans in Dolphins Stadium is ready for the first win at home this year and Tennessee looks like a good bet for Miami to get back on track. The AFC East is still up for grabs and Dolphins ticket holders should begin the long road to the playoffs this week.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Dolphins 21, Titans 14
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Dolphins QB Daunte Culpepper against a struggling Titans defense. (Last Week: Daunte Culpepper - 23-32, 250 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT)
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