The Miami Dolphins - Schedule in 2014
When the Dolphins hit the gridiron to take on a tough opponent, there is
only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on the couch squinting at that disappointing flat screen. Be in the
stands with our fellow fans and you'll be a part of the intensity in a way that makes the TV experience pale in comparison.
Take one look at the schedule and you'll see a great game that you know you'll want to be a part of, as you'll be right in
the middle of plenty of heart-pounding excitement that will allow you to see the NFL from a completely different level –
one that makes watching the game from a bit like trying to gauge the scope of Niagara Falls from a postcard.
will be looking to build toward the playoffs once again this season, though it's never easy in the same division as the Patriots,
Jets and the Bills. As always, each of those teams will visit South Beach in 2014. The Fish will also welcome Chargers, Packers
and Chiefs to South Florida among others this fall. Come out for a great game loaded with some of the most talented athletes
on the planet as the Dolphins look to give their fans another memorable season of hard-hitting football excitement. Luckily
for you, it's never difficult to find access to all the top games of the season, and you'll end up with an experience that
you'll be buzzing about a long time after the final whistle.
The Dolphins have seen a lot of
promise out of quarterback Ryan Tannehill in recent seasons, as he looks more like a veteran out there than a young signal
caller still learning the ropes. Add in some other offensive playmakers and a team loaded with defensive talent and you'll
see that this is a team that is clearly on the rise, giving you lots of reasons to head out and get right into the middle
of an amazing season that will be the talk of Miami all season long. The Dolphins made their way through a trying 2013 season
with their heads held high, and if things can calm down in 2014 their big-time talent could reach its massive potential.
There's nothing better than seeing an NFL game in person, and that's a big reason that you see
so many football stadiums packed to the brim every Sunday, not to mention whenever the Dolphins play on Thursday and Monday.
The National Football League is the premier sports league in the United States, boasting the biggest fan base in the country.
Heading to a game in person is a whole different experience than watching a game from home, as you'll get to see the action
in the field unfold right before your very eyes. People at the stadium go wild for their favorite teams, creating an exciting
atmosphere that attracts people from all walks of life.
Football is a universal sport in the United States, and people
from all over the country love to flock to the stadium to see their favorite teams hit the gridiron each and every week. The
NFL features some of the most incredible athletes on the planet, and you're sure to be absolutely wowed from your very own
seat in the stands. There's no substitute for being there at the game when your team is digging in late in the game to make
that game-winning goal line stand. The NFL is full of spectacular finishes, so never leave a game early, or you might miss
the greatest comeback you've ever witnessed. You simply can't beat the NFL when it comes to excitement, and the only way to
experience it is live and in person.
Do you know that Dan Marino was the first quarterback to throw
for 5,000 yards and also 40 touchdowns in a season?
Even though it wasn't a passing league when Marino came into the
league in 1983, well, that wasn't to last, as Marino started to transform the league with his unbelievable ability to throw
the ball down the field. Marino threw for 5,000 yards in his second season, back when nobody even really came close, and he
ended up winning the MVP as well that year.
When the Don Shula and Dan Marino were working together,
NFL tickets to see the Dolphins were at their height of popularity, though seeing the Dolphins remains one of the best things
to do in South Florida. Shula led the 1972 Dolphins to the only perfect NFL season in history and while Marino never won a
Super Bowl, he did break many passing records while playing for the Dolphins. Thanks to a rich history and a steady stream
of talent, the Dolphins remain one of the most popular teams in the league for a reason, making it always a good time to get
out and see the big game the way it was meant to be seen.
Sun Life Stadium is going to be hopping
down the home stretch this season, which should as no surprise to anyone considering how strong of a following the Miami Dolphins
have. Come out and see a game filled to the brim with eye-popping passes downfield, spectacular catches and highlight-reel
runs that will have you jumping out of your seat. But don't sleep on the defense, as the fans around Miami know that they
get to watch one of the most talented units in the league. As soon as you're there, you'll be glad that you're not sitting