Hard Rock Stadium
The home of the Miami Dolphins of the NFL and the NCAA’s Miami Hurricanes, Hard Rock Stadium, is a massive structure that is a staple in the Miami sports region. Formerly the home of the Miami Marlins, this venue is now primarily used for football.
Over the years, the venue has hosted some of the biggest sporting events in America including five Super Bowls, two World Series, four BCS Championship games, part of the 2009 World Baseball Classic, and WrestleMania XXVIII. Another monumental event is coming back to South Beach, with the 2020 Super Bowl being played here again.
In addition, some of the biggest musical acts on the planet have taken the stage at Hard Rock Stadium to wow the crowd with unforgettable performances. Among these artists are The Who, Guns N’ Roses, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Billy Joel, U2, Madonna, Paul McCartney, and many more. Undoubtedly, this is the place to be in Miami.
However, the place to be inside the place to be is the elaborate luxury suites that Hard Rock Stadium has to offer. Nearly 200 boxes brings visitors the chance to witness historic moments in sports and music from an incredible vantage point. From amazing sight lines to top notch food and beverage, coupled with luxurious amenities, your guests will never want to leave.
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Sunny South Florida is represented in the NFL with a franchise in the AFC East. This team, winners of two Super Bowls (including the 1972 season with their famously undefeated record) is known as the Miami Dolphins.
Following their inception into the NFL in 1965, the team struggled for their first four years under head coach George Wilson. Once the decision was made to replace him with Don Shula, the trajectory of the team changed dramatically. This single move led to huge changes in Miami. Shula’s brutal workouts whipped his team into shape and subsequently earned them their first winning season, with a record of 10-4 and their first playoff berth.
Shula built upon this framework for his sophomore campaign at the helm of the Dolphins, leading them to a 10-3-1 record and their first Super Bowl appearance, where they lost to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 24-3. Undoubtedly a bitter pill to swallow, Shula and the Dolphins were determined to learn from their experience, and proved it in unprecedented fashion in 1972. Completing the regular season with a record of 14-0, the Dolphins returned to the Super Bowl and defeated the Washington Redskins 14-7 to capture their first Super Bowl championship and the league’s only undefeated title season to date. Repeating as champions after the 1973 season by defeating Fran Tarkenton and the Minnesota Vikings 24-3, the Miami Dolphins were NFL royalty.
Though it seemed like the Dolphins were poised for a dynasty that would reign for years to come, 1973 marked the last Super Bowl victory in Dolphins history. They did make one more appearance in the big game, with a young Dan Marino led squad losing to the San Francisco 49ers. Shula stayed on to coach the team through the 1995 season. In all of that time he only had two losing seasons. Whether it was with the teams of the 1970s or those when quarterbacked by Dan Marino, the Miami Dolphins were always a playoff contender.
Marino stayed a few more years after Shula left, retiring in 1999 with an impressive list of records (some of which have since been surpassed). A consummate Hall of Famer, Marino is remembered as one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play the game. That said, it only makes sense that Miami would endure a major setback after losing him. However, in the 19 seasons since his departure, the Dolphins have only played five playoff games, with only one win.
Their most recent playoff appearance was in 2016 under head coach Adam Gase. Unfortunately, the next two seasons saw Miami barred from the postseason and Gase was let go following the 2018 season. Unshaken by this major change, the Dolphins were singularly focused on making their way back to the postseason. To do so, they would need everyone to pull their weight. Their new coach, Brian Flores, would have to galvanize this franchise. A longtime employee of the New England Patriots, Flores is no stranger to winning and hopes to establish a new and successful culture for his squad long term. While a playoff push would not be in the cards for year one, progress was made down the stretch and Miami seems to have a vision for their future.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was traded to Tennessee in the offseason, signaling a major change in Miami. Following the 2019 NFL Draft, Miami made a trade with Arizona that would bring in Josh Rosen (the previous year’s number 10 overall pick) who would work behind veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick. However, it would not be long before Fitzpatrick won the starting job on yet another team and led the Dolphins the rest of the way. In an effort to settle the quarterback position for the foreseeable future, Miami opted to use their number five overall draft position in 2020 to select Tua Tagovailoa out of Alabama. If this talented young player can translate his game to the NFL level then the Dolphins will be set at QB for years to come. Having the 18th overall pick as well, Miami took offensive tackle Austin Jackson from USC to help their line keep the new quarterback safe and healthy.
The Dolphins organization has been working to put the pieces into place up and down this roster with the intention of making success a real possibility. DeVante Parker (re-signed to a new two year extension worth $11.2 million) is the top receiver, going over 1,000 yards for the first time in his career. The running game was especially weak this season, with Fitzpatrick being the leading rusher. This is something that will have to be addressed in the offseason.
Defensively, this team is looking for a new leader. However, the Dolphins do have Jerome Baker and Taco Charlton ready to pick up this team. They will be helped by Shaq Lawson, who signed with Miami in the offseason from Buffalo. Raekwon McMillan is locked in at linebacker. Reshad Jones and Xavien Howard are in charge of the Miami backfield, making opposing quarterbacks think twice about going deep. However, both were lost to injury early on in the 2019 season. Byron Jones was signed away from Dallas in the offseason to take over at corner. Cornerback Noah Igbinoghene was added via the NFL Draft with the 30th pick in 2020.
Among the most revered players ever to wear the Miami Dolphins uniform are Nick Buoniconti, Cameron Wake, Dwight Stephenson, Paul Warfield, Larry Little, Zach Thomas, Bob Griese, Jason Taylor, Larry Csonka, and Dan Marino. Additional information about the Miami Dolphins franchise can be found by clicking here.
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