Miami Dolphins Tickets – 2014 Outlook
Miami Dolphins tickets should rebound in the 2014 NFL season, leaving behind the remnants of a drama and distraction filled season. Not much has been said, but it became glaringly evident as the season went on that the Incognito-Martin fiasco hampered Miami throughout the year. It’s also clear that with all that behind them, Dolphins tickets have been quietly getting better. Given a little luck in the injury department the 2014 Miami Dolphins could be playoff bound.
Ryan Tannehill will have one more shot at proving he’d the franchise quarterback the Miami Dolphins need. Tannehill is athletic, moves well, and has a decent arm. he needs to improve his accuracy on the deeper throws, something that may be made easier if Mike Wallace returns to form. With Brian Hartline drawing more attention after leading the Dolphins in receptions, and rookie Jarvis Landry expected to play a role in the slot, the Dolphins passing game should be much improved. The running game, well, sucked in 2013. Knowshown Moreno, fresh off of a 1,000 yard season in Denver, is a major step up. Moreno can run, blocks well in pass protection, and is a threat catching the ball out of the backfield.
The 2014 Miami Dolphins schedule features a major obstacle in the New England Patriots, who are coming to Sun Life Stadium to open the season on Sept. 7th. From there the Dolphins will welcome the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, and Baltimore Ravens, among others. Key road games with New England and Denver should be interesting, as well as the Oct 19th date with the Chicago Bears.
It’s a promising season for Dolphins football and Frontrow.com has all the 2014 Miami Dolphins tickets any fan could ask for. Find yours now.