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The cast of HBO's Ballers aren't the only football stars in Miami this season. With their newly-renovated Hard Rock Stadium opening in 2016, the Miami Dolphins are ready to roll in the AFC East. QB Ryan Tannehill leads a talented Phins offense that features receivers Kenny Stills, Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker, and tight end Jordan Cameron. Backs Jay Ajayi and Arian Foster can't wait to run over the NFL's toughest defenses. So far, the Dolphins have put an impressive team together. Be sure to see for yourself how they do this year. Get your Dolphins tickets from Razorgator to make sure you get the best possible prices on your seats.
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Despite a predictable loss against division rivals the New England Patriots, the Miami Dolphins are in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. They will head to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Sunday, January 8 to take on Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the Steelers. Should they win that matchup, they will be in for a rematch with Tom Brady and the Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, January 14. The Dolphins will need all the support they can get this week, so be at Heinz Field this Sunday to cheer them to victory! Tickets are still on sale and available for prices as low as $93. Don’t miss it!
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The Miami Dolphins did it! Thanks to their impressive defeat over the Buffalo Bills in overtime last weekend, they managed to secure their place in the playoffs for the first time in eight years. It was largely due to the powerful performance of running back Jay Ajayi, who rushed for over 200 yards and scored a touchdown in the 34 - 31 nail-biter on the road. Now, the Dolphins will head home to face another playoff contender, the New England Patriots. They will host Tom Brady and company on New Year’s Day at Hard Rock Stadium. Tickets to the first game of 2017 are currently available for $213 and up.

In a matchup between two shaky teams that are trying to fight their way into the playoffs, it was the Miami Dolphins that got the last laugh against the Arizona Cardinals on December 11. Arizona mounted a late comeback and tied the game with just three minutes to play. The Cardinals even got the ball back after that score, but an ineffective drive gave the Dolphins one last chance and the team took advantage by making a field goal as time expired. Miami remains in the playoff hunt and will finish the season off with a meaningful game when the team hosts the Patriots on January 1. Tickets for that matchup are available starting at $175.

It seems like the Miami Dolphins have only played in close games this season, and the team’s matchup against the 49ers on November 27 stuck to that trend. Miami pulled away briefly in the third quarter after taking a two-touchdown lead, but San Francisco was able to get back into the game in the fourth. On the last play of the game the Dolphins’ defense dug in and stopped Colin Kaepernick two yards short of the goal line. The win improved the Fins’ record to 7-4, keeping playoff hopes alive. The next home game for Miami will be on December 11 against the Arizona Cardinals. Tickets for that game start as low as $60.

In case you hadn’t heard, the Miami Dolphins have won four in a row and are moving their way up the NFL power rankings. Up five spots from last week, the Dolphins currently are at No. 12 overall and No. 2 in the AFC East. A huge win over the Chargers came thanks to exceptional play from the Miami defense, who intercepted a Philip Rivers pass and ran it 60 yards for a defensive touchdown with just one minute on the clock. The pick was costly for the Chargers, who couldn’t answer the touchdown and lost 24-31. The Dolphins have a couple key games ahead of them, including a road trip to Los Angeles this Sunday, Nov. 20. Tickets to see the Dolphins versus the Rams can be purchased today for $76.

It looks like Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins may finally have some steam going! They have now won their last three games in a row, including two close contests with the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets. Last week, the Jets came to visit Hard Rock Stadium. Although the visitors took the early lead, the Dolphins managed to come surging back. Ultimately, the home team won out 27 - 23. Now, Miami will embark on a two-week road trip to face the Chargers and the Rams. They return on Sunday, November 27 to host the San Francisco 49ers. Tickets to that game are on sale for $51 and up.

The Miami Dolphins are coming off a bye week, after wining against the Bills on October 23. The latest injury report shows that the only players not to practice this week from the active roster were Xavien Howard and Jordan Cameron. Tight end Dion Sims was back in full participation after missing the game against the Bills. Isa Abdul-Quddus practiced but was only a limited participant due to an ankle injury form the Bills game. A few more players remained out for a variety of injuries. The Dolphins are preparing to host the Jets on November 6. There is still time to get tickets to catch the Jets game in person, with prices starting at $18.

The Miami Dolphins didn’t start the season they way they wanted to, but they have worked hard and have started to come out on top. After losing their first three games of the season, the Dolphins turned on the heat and took down the Cleveland Browns. After the first win, the Dolphins headed back into a two-game losing streak. Fortunately for them, they were able to get over the losses and win their next two games in a row. Last week they defeated the Buffalo Bills 28-25 with Ajayi rushing an impressive, 214 yards. The Dolphins have a break this week, but on November 6 the Dolphins will face off against the New York Jets.

In a game that was nothing short of stunning, the Miami Dolphins took on the Pittsburgh Steelers, one of the fiercest competitors in the league, and came away with a huge upset. Running back Jay Ajayi took on a lot of the challenge himself; he ran for more than 200 yards on 25 carries, even scoring a touchdown on his final run of the game. This win is huge for the Dolphins, who need to turn things around quickly in the coming weeks in order to kept their playoff hopes alive. Week 7 will be tough—Miami is slated to host the No. 7 Buffalo Bills this Sunday, Oct. 23 at Hard Rock Stadium. Get your tickets now for only $42 and up!

The Miami Dolphins lost when they played the Titans on October 9. There were some good plays by the team, but it was not enough to make a dent against the Titans. Jakeem Grant had an impressive 74-yard punt return that ended with a touchdown. Damien Williams caught and ran for 55 yards to set up another touchdown for the team. A field goal was set up by a 50-yard reception from DeVAnte Parker. Ryan Tannehill completed just 12 of 18 attempts for a total of 191 yards during a lackluster performance. The Dolphins will look to come out much stronger when they host the Steelers on October 16. You can still get tickets for $10 and up.

The Miami Dolphins aren’t sure what hit them after a rough encounter with the Cincinnati Bengals last Thursday. Although the Bengals have looked like a shadow of their former selves in recent games, they seemed to rediscover their mojo last week. That was certainly true for A.J. Green, who pulled in a huge touchdown to help give Cincinnati the early lead. Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins, however, could not get any steam going after the first quarter, partially due to the tough Bengals defense. They will look to regroup this week, when they host the Tennessee Titans. Tickets to the game this Sunday, October 9, are available for $19 and up.

The Miami Dolphins got their first win of the season at their home opener against the Browns on September 25. It was a nail biter that went into overtime. The Dolphins were down at the half, but they soon got ahead in the third. The Browns equalized by the end of the game. There was eight and a half minutes left in the overtime period when Jay Ajaya rushed 11 yards for a touchdown. This play came off of a 32-yard gain when Quarterback Ryan Tannenhill threw to Jarvis Landry. In total, Tannehill had 319 yards and three touchdowns. The Dolphins head to Cincinnati to play the Bengals on September 29, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $24.

For a full three quarters on September 18, the Miami Dolphins got trounced by the New England Patriots. Then, for the fourth and final quarter, the Dolphins almost looked like a team of destiny. While they came up short in the end, the team came back from a seemingly insurmountable deficit to pull within one touchdown of New England. Miami even had a chance to tie the game late, but Ryan Tannehill couldn’t find an open man and ended up throwing a game-ending interception. On October 9, the Dolphins will welcome the Tennessee Titans to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami and will hopefully fare better than in the game against the Pats. Tickets start as low as $34.

While the Miami Dolphins were underdogs going into the season opener against the Seattle Seahawks, the players probably feel like they should have come away with a victory. Up by four with only 4:08 left to play, the Miami defense let Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense drive all the way down the field and score the game winning touchdown with only about 30 seconds left. The Dolphins were so close to pulling off the upset, and now they’ll have to regroup and try to get focused for the next game. The team has a very winnable game coming up against the Cleveland Browns on September 25, and tickets are available for as little as $50. This is a big year for Fins fans. After years of failing to live up to the hype, the Miami Dolphins have the pieces in place to win an AFC East division that simply can’t belong to the Patriots forever. Tannehill has the experience to lead this Miami offense, and Lamar Miller has the talent to run against any defense. Factor in players like Jarvis Landry and the enormously talented by oft-injured Arian Foster, and the Dolphins have a roster that’s very formidable. Miami fans looking to see an early win are already excited for September 25 when the woeful Cleveland Browns come to town. Tickets for that game start as low as $52.

The Miami Dolphins stormed the field on August 25 against the Atlanta Falcons. More often than not, the offensive teams tend to stand out during preseason games, but the Dolphins were just the opposite. The Dolphins defense was led by Ndamukong Suh, who put up one of the best quarters in preseason history. Unfortunately, halfway through the game, Suh had to hit the sidelines due to an ankle injury. Regardless, the success from the Dolphins defense led them to the 17-6 victory over the Falcons. The Miami Dolphins play again against the Tennessee Titans on September 1. Tickets are still available to purchase so don’t miss your chance to catch all of the action live.

They say that leading by example is one of the best ways to get your message across, and one Miami Dolphins coach is making sure he’s being heard loud and clear. At training camp this week, 47-year-old Shawn Jefferson suited up in pads and participated in drills while trying to teach his wide receivers a technique called push cracking. This not only taught the players valuable tools to use on the field, but also gave them a chance to show Jefferson first-hand just how well they learned the lesson. The fun and unique approach to coaching will hopefully be fruitful for the Dolphins as they continue their preseason efforts against the Cowboys this Friday, Aug. 19, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Tickets for the game can be purchased now for $27 and up.

The Miami Dolphins went into their preseason game against the New York Giants on August 12 with high hopes that they would take home the win. The regular quarterback for the Giants, Manning, was taking the night off, giving the Dolphins the upper hand offensively. Ryan Nassib for the Giants played in place of Manning and had his big chance to show everyone what he could do. Unfortunately for the Giants, but fortunately for the dolphins Nassib struggled a lot. He wasn't the only one that struggled, the Dolphins end of the game with nine penalties and one turnover. Despite the mistakes that Dolphins were able to pull off the win and are hoping to continue on the streak as the new season starts in September. Get your tickets today to see all of the blood, sweat and tears live.

Like the rest of the league, the Miami Dolphins are preparing their team and checking out the talent of their NFL draft picks. This week, the Dolphins announced that the 2017 Pro Bowl is to be held in Orlando with them as the host. There will also be week-long festivities that will take place around Orlando, including at the Walt Disney World Resort. Fans in Orlando can also check out the Dolphins play on August 25 as part of the celebrate Play Football Month during the preseason. They will host the Atlanta Falcons for this game. Fans can already get tickets for all of the 2016 season to see it all in person for prices starting at $12.

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