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Miami Dolphins

Conference: American Football Conference (AFC)

Division: AFC East

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium (capacity 64,767)

Head Coach: Mike McDaniel (2022-present)

Starting Quarterback: Tua Tagovailoa

Star Players: Tyreek Hill (WR), Jason Sanders (K), Jalen Ramsey (CB)

2022 Regular Season: 9-8 (7th in AFC)

2022 Playoffs: AFC Wild Card (defeated 34-31 by the Buffalo Bills

Legendary Former Players: Dan Marino (QB), Larry Csonka (FB), Jason Taylor (DE/LB)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 2 - 1972 (VII), 1973 (VIII)

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins are without a doubt one of the most recognizable NFL franchises with their aqua-white uniforms punctuated by highlights of bright orange along with that iconic dolphin logo. The team had one of the coolest NFL players of all time throughout most of the 1980s and 90s in quarterback Dan Marino, who shattered passing records with his iron arm and eagle eye. Such is Marino’s fame that casual fans of NFL football are often surprised to learn that he never won a championship for the Dolphins, though as a young player he did lead them to Super Bowl XIX in 1985 against the fearsome San Francisco 49ers. The game was billed as a quarterback showdown between Marino and 49ers legend Joe Montana, and it did not disappoint, with both men passing for over 300 yards on the day. Montana and the 49ers, however, would end up taking the trophy in the end, handing Marino and the Dolphins a comprehensive 38-16 defeat. It was a crushing disappointment for Dolphins fans, who had also lost Super Bowl XVII 27-17 to the Washington Redskins (now named the Washington Commanders) in 1982, though this had been prior to Marino being drafted. Dolphins fans at the time had been hoping for a return to the glories of the early 1970s, when their team had participated in three consecutive Super Bowls, losing the first to the Dallas Cowboys but claiming back-to-back triumphs in 1971 over the Redskins (now Commanders) at Super Bowl VII and 1972 over the Oakland Raiders at Super Bowl VIII. Under Marino’s leadership, the Dolphins remained a consistent playoff contender throughout the 1980s and 90s, but since the great man’s retirement in 1999, the team has struggled, making the playoffs just three times in the past two decades. With their proud heritage and loyal fanbase, many will be hoping to see a resurgence from the Dolphins in the years to come.

How can I get cheap tickets to Miami Dolphins football games?

Despite their struggles in recent years, the Miami Dolphins are still one of the most storied and famous teams in the NFL, with legions of loyal fans who show up to Hard Rock Stadium rain or shine, win or lose, hungover or not hungover. While this creates a great atmosphere at Dolphins games, it can make tickets hard to come by, particularly for key regular season deciders, postseason playoff games, or rivalry matchups (see below) when they tend to sell out well in advance. To find the cheapest tickets to Miami Dolphins football games, search our TicketX listings and the game schedule on this page. You can use our handy TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations and buy tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with a single click! 

Miami Dolphins football rivalries

The Miami Dolphins have been through several intense rivalries within their division over the years, with big rivalries with the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets in the days of the great Dan Marino replaced by battles against the New England Patriots in recent years. Miami and New England are the only two teams in NFL history to have posted perfect undefeated regular season records (14-0, 16-0) though Dolphins fans will stress that their team won the Super Bowl that year (1972) too, while the Patriots did not in 2007. The Dolphins also have rivalries against the Indianapolis Colts and their fellow Floridians, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars

Are Miami Dolphins football games exciting?

Miami Dolphins football games are basically a huge party, in a city that knows a thing or two (perhaps a thing or two too many) about how to throw down. Fans gather hours before kickoff to grill, drink, eat, and catch up with family and friends in big tailgating parties in the buildup to kickoff. Inside the stadium, the Dolphins cheerleaders are always easy on the eye if the game turns out ugly for the home team. Young fans have also been increasingly flocking to Dolphins games as well in recent years. Buy your Miami Dolphins tickets from TicketX today and join the party!

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