Miami Dolphins Playoff Tickets
Team: Miami Dolphins
Home Games: Hard Rock Stadium
General Manager: Chris Grier
NFL Championships: 2
All-Time Greats: Bob Griese, Dan Marino, Larry Csonka, Paul Warfield, Nick Buoniconti, Mercury Morris, Mark Clayton, Mark Duper, Jason Taylor
Rivals: New York Jets, New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins Playoff TicketsFounded in 1966 by Danny Thomas and Joe Robbie, the Miami Dolphins are one of the most storied teams in NFL history. The team has won two Super Bowls, including Super Bowls VII and VIII. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., is home to the Miami Dolphins. With a maximum seating capacity of just under 65,000, the stadium has, over the years, served different purposes, including hosting hundreds of NFL games as well as baseball games and college football title games. The Miami Dolphins share rivalries with other NFL teams, the most prominent of which are the New England Patriots and New York Jets. The Miami Dolphins have an impressive track record of success. To date, they remain the only team in NFL history to go through an entire regular season and postseason unbeaten and untied. The team accomplished this in 1972, going 17-0 overall. You can watch this great team play by grabbing your Miami Dolphins playoff tickets at StubHub today.
How much are Miami Dolphins tickets?Tickets to watch the Miami Dolphins play at any of their upcoming 2019 games vary in price according to the game, the opponent and the seat location. Check at StubHub for current ticket prices. Purchase your Miami Dolphins' tickets in advance to get the best value and choose the best location depending on your preferences.
Who are some notable players from the Miami Dolphins' past?Dan Marino is one of the most prolific quarterbacks in league history. During his 17 seasons with the Dolphins, Marino threw for over 61,000 yards and 420 touchdowns, both of which were records as of his retirement. The 1972 Dolphins were led by quarterbacks Bob Griese and Earl Morrall and a stable of defensive players that included Manny Fernandez and Dick Anderson. Jason Taylor was the 2006 NFL Defensive Player of the Year while with the Dolphins. He ended his impressive career with 139.5 sacks and 29 fumble recoveries.
What is a Miami Dolphins game like?Renovations to Hard Rock Stadium have included replacing each and every seat and rebuilding of the concourses. Other alterations have included adding high-definition video boards in each corner of the venue and moving sideline seats much closer to the field. All of these alternations have vastly improved the game day experience for Dolphins fans. The team also permits tailgating at Hard Rock Stadium before games.
Do the Miami Dolphins have any historical rivalries?The Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots have quite an interesting and heated rivalry. The two teams have faced off more than 100 times in the regular season, with the Fins holding a 55-52 edge as of the 2018 season. The Dolphins have a knack of upsetting the often-favored Patriots in games held in Miami, including the "Miracle in Miami" game in 2018 in which the Dolphins used a series of laterals at the end of the contest to score a touchdown and beat the Pats.
What is the Miami Dolphins' schedule?Along with their usual home games against their AFC East rivals Patriots, Jets and Buffalo Bills, the Miami Dolphins in 2019 will host other teams like the Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals.
Where can I get Miami Dolphins playoff tickets?Tickets to all Miami Dolphins games are available at StubHub, along with tickets to any future playoff games. Visiting the world's leading online ticket marketplace gives you access to advance tickets to ensure that you enjoy the best views while at the game.
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