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Quarterback Ryan Tannehill leads a revamped Dolphins offense featuring wide receiver Davone Bess. There's no doubt the duo will try to score early and often against AFC East division rivals, and it looks like your Miami Dolphins tickets will have you watching an exciting brand of football in 2014. View our seating chart for Sun Life Stadium in Miami and pick out some Dolphins tickets that work for you!
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Miami Dolphins 2014 News and Updates
2/12/14 – The Miami Dolphins 2014 season is likely a make-or-break for Coach Joe Philbin (15-17, 4-8 in division) and third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins went 8-8 last season despite spending a lot of money for free agents Mike Wallace, Dannell Ellerbe, Philip Wheeler, and Brian Hartline in 2013. On that note, Richie Incognito, whose suspension was recently lifted, will be a free agent in March. Miami’s schedule will not be easy; the Dolphins will play six games against NFL Playoff teams - the Patriots (twice), Chargers, Packers, Chiefs, and Broncos – and fly to London to face the Oakland Raiders this season.
12/23/13 - The Dolphins were shut out by a team with nothing to lose, the Buffalo Bills, on Sunday 0-19. Miami’s leaky offensive line allowed a season-worst seven sacks, leaving Ryan Tannehill with just 82 yards and temporarily sidelined from a knee injury. The playoff hopefuls now have seriously jeopardized their postseason dreams and must defeat the New York Jets this Sunday with a Baltimore Raven’s loss for the wild card berth. Miami Dolphins tickets for their crucial season finale average at $244.
12/16/13 - The Miami Dolphins have proven they are a serious threat, after a nail-biting victory over the New England Patriots (20-24) on Sunday. The resilient Dolphins denied Tom Brady another comeback performance when reserve safety Michael Thomas intercepted his fourth-down end zone pass. With an 8-6 record, if the Dolphins win their final two games, they will be in the playoffs for the first time in five years. For Week 16, the Dolphins will stay up north to take on the Buffalo Bills and maintain sole possession of the wild-card spot in the AFC. Miami Dolphins tickets for this crucial matchup are $103 on average, but just $10 to get in and join them on their hot streak.
12/9/13 - The Miami Dolphins bested the Pittsburgh Steelers in their first cold-weather game of the year, coming away victorious at Heinz Field (34-28). Ryan Tannehill threw three TD passes and acted like a seasoned veteran playing in the snow, while Ben Roethlisberger failed to score a last-second miracle play when receiver Antonio Brown stepped out of bounds, virtually obliterating Pittsburgh’s postseason hopes. The Dolphins will have to play their best football this December to grab the AFC wildcard spot, and will have to bring their best game this Sunday when they host the New England Patriots. Miami Dolphins tickets are among the priciest of the week when they take on the Gronk-less Pats, at $222 on average in sunny Miami Gardens.
12/3/13- The Miami Dolphins hammered the New York Jets in their own stadium, 23-3 on Sunday, to improve their record to 6-6 and stay relevant in the playoff run. Ryan Tannehill led the team to victory, with 331 yards and 2 TDs, continuously connecting with receiver Brian Hartline (who is on his way to back-to-back seasons with 1,000 plus yards), for their best passing game of the year. On the other side of the ball, the defense sent Geno Smith to the bench in favor of backup QB, Matt Simms, and Miami ran away with the win. The Dolphins will face the frustrated Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday in a must-win game for both contenders. Miami Dolphins tickets are just $30 to get in.
11/26/13 - The Miami Dolphins were unable to suppress the Carolina Panthers in Sun Life Stadium, losing 20-16 in a hard-fought Sunday match. Miami was able to rack up a big halftime lead, but that meant nothing as the boys marched back onto the field after recess, relinquishing their 16-6 gain. The Dolphins have come so close to wins over the last month, losing by a slim margin of 4 points in their last couple defeats, but if Miami intends to keep postseason hopes alive, they must sweep the New York Jets, beginning with this week’s match on the road at MetLife Stadium. Miami Dolphins tickets are the second highest of the week—more expensive than the Thanksgiving games—at $259 on average!
11/19/13- The Miami Dolphins ignored media scandal for the afternoon and focused on sealing a victory over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Miami maximized on San Diego's tendency to generate penalties, and the Dolphins came up 20-16. They have jumped back up to .500 on the season, are now tied with the NY Jets for 6th seed in the AFC, and have reinvigorated playoff hopes. But, next week will be treacherous, as the Dolphins are pitted against the rising Carolina Panthers for what is sure to be a can’t miss rough-and-tumble game. Miami Dolphins tickets are just $19 to get-in and boast the cheapest average price ($91) for a seat at Sun Life Stadium!
11/12/13 - Things are getting ugly in Miami (and now it extends beyond the controversy surrounding Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin), as the Dolphins just handed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their first win of the season. Falling 19-22 on Monday night, the Bucs entered the game as the league’s only winless team and Miami was flying high after a morale boosting win over the Bengals, losing a seemingly easy victory. Facing their first team since the bullying controversy developed was harder than anticipated, and though Ryan Tannehill moved the ball well through the air, the Dolphins’ run game managed just 2 yards and the O line struggled (and will continue to) without two starters, Martin and Incognito. Hopefully the scandal will not conflict with Week 11's preparation for when the San Diego Chargers visit Sun Life Stadium. Miami Dolphins tickets are $21 to get in and $105 on average.
11/5/13 - The Miami Dolphins beat the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night, 22-20, with an unforgettable overtime play at Sun Life Stadium. Cameron Wake powered into the end zone, sacking a retreating Andy Dalton for the two-point safety, which was enough to overcome the Bengals and give Miami their first win in five games. Unfortunately, the Dolphins’ win is overshadowed by a much more alarming issue: that of veteran offensive lineman Richie Incognito’s suspension for alleged racially-fueled bullying towards rookie Jonathan Martin who felt pressured enough to leave the team, which prompted an immense investigation by the NFL. Amid the flurry, the Dolphins will try to focus on their next opponents, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Week 10’s Monday Night Football. Miami Dolphins tickets at Florida are $39 to get in and $119 on average.
10/29/13 - The Miami Dolphins will host the Cincinnati Bengals for the Halloween edition of Thursday Night football. On Sunday, the Dolphins were rattled by leaders in the AFC East, the New England Patriots, falling 17-27. In a couple of days, Miami’s 12th ranked defense will try to stifle the monstrous combination of Bengals’ Andy Dalton and AJ Green, the NFL’s second leading receiver. Miami is struggling on offense, and the O line will try to do more on pass-protection for Ryan Tannehill, who is the most sacked QB in the NFL (32 times) and fourth in number of picks (9). The Dolphins will be looking for their first win in 4 games, at Sun Life Stadium on All Hallows Eve. Miami Dolphins tickets are among the cheapest of Week 9, at just $24 to get in and $103 on average.
10/22/13 - This week, the Miami Dolphins were upset by the Buffalo Bills in their Sunday division defeat, 21-23. After a great 3-0 start, the Dolphins have lost their second consecutive game, and are now a .500 team. Despite rallying in the second half from a 14-0 deficit to lead the game 21-17, Miami ultimately fell to the Bills and backup QB Thad Lewis on a field goal. Now, 3rd in the AFC East, each game has become more critical, but Miami doesn’t exactly have a forgiving schedule coming up. In Week 8, the Dolphins are hoping to snap out of their losing streak when they meet the New England Patriots in Foxboro (where they haven’t won since 2008) and in the following week they are set to play the piping hot Cincinnati Bengals. Miami Dolphins tickets are the highest average of the week, at a lofty $437 on average for fans to witness Tom Brady and Ryan Tannehill duke it out Sunday morning.
10/16/13 - The Miami Dolphins will be coming off their bye week to host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, October 20. Trailing two consecutive losses at the hands of tough defenses and quarterbacks Joe Flacco from the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5, and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saint in Week 4’s MNF, the Dolphins will be driven to snap out of their losing streak and move up in the AFC East, currently in 2nd place. Hungry for the next win is quarterback Ryan Tannehill who will be well rested and ready to go against young Bills QB Thad Lewis and a much easier opposition team than they've faced in the last couple weeks. With plenty of time to prepare, the offensive line will have shaped up after having allowed Tannehill to be sacked 24 times through five games, and the camaraderie between receiver Mike Wallace (105 receiving yards in last game) and Tannehill will be something to watch in Week 7. Miami Dolphins tickets against the Buffalo Bills are a fair $30 to get in and $112 on average.
10/8/13 - The Miami Dolphins were bested by the Baltimore Ravens by a slim margin on Sunday at Sun Life Stadium. Coming into Week 6 with two consecutive losses, Miami now risks falling to the .500 mark after starting the season with a 3-0 record. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill had virtuous numbers against Baltimore; throwing for 307 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions, but his options made poor showings, wide receiver Mike Wallace dropped the ball three times and back Lamar Miller ran 7 times for a piteous 15 yards. Their offensive line was the key factor in Miami’s loss, which has now allowed more sacks than any other team in the league, subjecting Tannehill to 24 sacks to start the season, and consistently collapsing his pocket, repeatedly allowing pass rushers to rapidly close in on the QB before allotting him ample time to throw. Conversely, Miami’s defensive tackles were very effective against Joe Flacco who was relentlessly under pressure, and they will look to carry that aggression into Week 7 against the Buffalo Bills, as the Dolphins enter their bye week.
10/1/13 - The Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints squared off in Monday Night’s battle of the unbeaten. The Dolphins came up short, and were ill prepared for “Mr. Monday Night Football” Drew Brees, losing 17-38. In their third straight away game, the Dolphins lost some steam, with quarterback Ryan Tannehill only running 4 times for 48 yards, falling short of his athletic potential, and failing to effectively communicate and create a productive relationship with receiver Mike Wallace. Nevertheless, Tannehill has hit 66% of his throws thus far, and will put up a virtuous fight against the 2-2 Baltimore Ravens in Week 5 and look to improve their 3-1 record. Miami Dolphins tickets against the Ravens at Miami, are a reasonable $32 to get in and $133 on average.
9/24/13 - The Miami Dolphins have surprised everyone with their stellar performance in the first three games and with a record of 3-0. South Florida and the Dolphins franchise have been lackluster for years, but this season’s surge is remarkable, and the talk of Super Bowl contenders coming from Florida can be attributed to quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is carrying the team. Week 4’s Monday Night Football is sure to be an intense game as both the New Orleans Saints and the now-feared Miami Dolphins are riding high with 3-0 records. Tickets are averaging $166 for this highly anticipated face off.
Miami Dolphins 2014 Season
If it seems like the Miami Dolphins have been floundering for a while, they have been — just one postseason appearance (an AFC East division championship in 2008) since the beginning of the 21st Century. Three of the seasons since winning their last division championship, the Fins have finished 7-9, including last year, though that was good enough for second place behind the perennially-strong New England Patriots
Statistically the Dolphins struggled with the passing offense behind Ryan Tannehill, finishing 26th in the league in passing yards per game. Running back Reggie Bush, now departed for Detroit, led the squad in rushing; the team drafted a pair of running backs this spring (Mike Gillislee from Florida, and Cameron Marshall from Arizona State) in hopes of plugging the gap. Wide receiver (and Ohio State product) Brian Hartline was the Fins’ leading receiver, with over 1,000 receiving yards, former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace arrives in town this season to provide another pass target for Tannehill. Defensively, while Miami has a solid run defense, their pass defense — one of the bottom in the NFL — will need to give sack man Cameron Wake (15.0 sacks last season) more help. Safety Reshad Jones led the team in picks. This year, the Dolphins are rolling out a redesigned logo and new uniforms — but will the new look help the team to postseason success?
Miami fans at Sun Life Stadium are certainly hoping for more than they’ve gotten of late. In addition to an August preseason game with the New Orleans Saints, the 2013 Dolphins schedule features home games against four other teams that made the NFL Playoffs last season: Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots. Of the four, Bengals vs. Dolphins tickets have the cheapest get-in price at $25 — 50% less than Patriots vs. Dolphins tickets in December. With many Dolphins home game tickets priced under $40, football fans in South Florida have access to some of the best NFL ticket deals in 2013, even those wanting to see the League's elite teams at bargain prices.