The Miami Dolphins were one of the most active NFL teams this offseason, acquiring wide receiver Tyreek Hill to spearhead the offense and hiring Mike McDaniel to be their new head coach. It's yet to be seen if the changes will make an impact on the field, but it's clear they already are off the field.
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The Dolphins expect to be completely sold out of season ticket memberships as early as the first week in August. That would mean a waitlist for the 2023 season would have to be started, which is something that has never happened in franchise history. Excitement is brewing down in Miami.
It's not hard to understand why the Dolphins are anticipating larger crowds in the fall. Miami has posted a winning record in each of the last two seasons despite lackluster play from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. A new weapon to target and a new offensive scheme could easily bring improvement.
Miami has some stellar home matchups on the schedule as well. The Dolphins will host the Buffalo Bills in Week 3 as well as the Green Bay Packers on Christmas Day. A special ceremony celebrating the 1972 team will also take place during Miami's Week 13 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
While tickets are still available for fans looking to attend specific individual games, it wouldn't be surprising to see those start to dwindle as well. For now, the Dolphins will continue preparing for the season in training camp and have odds set at +4000 to win Super Bowl 57, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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