Miami Dolphins Tickets

Miami Dolphins Tickets

Miami Dolphins is an American Football Club in Miami Metropolitan Area. They are member of American Football Conference, East division. They joined NFL in 1970. They have won two Super Bowls in year 1972 and 1973 and they have also won five AFC Championships. Are you a fan? Book Miami Dolphins Season tickets from Askaticket and cheer your favorite team.

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Although they’ve had their issues in recent seasons and haven’t won a playoff game since 2000, the Miami Dolphins remain one of the more popular franchises in the league due mainly to their rich history. So all the Dolphins fans what are you waiting for get your Cheap Miami Dolphins Tickets. Unfortunately for the franchise’s fans, 2013 will mark the 40th anniversary of the team’s last Super Bowl championship season. As of late, the club’s last division title and winning season both came in 2008. Since then, Miami has finished 7-9 three of the last four years. Still, there appears to be some hope.

In 2012 following a 1-3 start which featured overtime losses to the Jets and Cardinals, Joe Phibin’s team would go onto split its final 12 games. After rushing for over 1,000 yards in his first season with the Dolphins in 2011, running back Reggie Bush fell 14 yards short of the mark in 2012. Brian Hartline was rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s favorite pass-catcher. But it was the defense that deserved a lot of accolades. Miami allowed just 317 points and a potent pass rush was led by Cameron Wake (15.0 sacks).

In 2013 few teams were as busy as the Dolphins were this offseason as the team senses it could be time to make a move in the AFC East. Tannehill got some pass-catching help in wide receivers Mike Wallace (Steelers) and Brandon Gibson (Rams) and tight end Dustin Keller (Jets). There’s a pair of new linebackers in Dannell Ellerbe (Ravens) and Philip Wheeler (Raiders), as well as cornerback Brent Grimes (Falcons). But replacing Bush (Lions) and former Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long (Rams) won’t be easy. Dolphins finished third in AFC Eastern Division setting a record of 8-8. For the fifth team in a row they had no postseason play.

In 2014 third season under the head coach Joe Philbin. Since 2007 they had their new general manager when Jeff Ireland was fired in 2014. They maintained their record of 8-8 and for sixth team was not able to make it to the playoffs. Will Dolphins be able to perform better this season? Find out by booking your Miami Dolphins tickets from Askaticket.