Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
Late last week, the Miami Dolphins announced that they had sold over 72,000 tickets for the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday. However, it was apparent that there were a lot of Patriots fans who filled the stadium. This isn’t a huge surprise considering their fans travel well but it does speak to the fact that Dolphins fans need to come out more and get these opposing fans out of the stadium. Wide Receiver Brian Hartline seems to agree with that sentiment.
“Anytime you can pack your stadium, I think that’s important: to get lively for us or against the opposing team. I think that hopefully, the more wins we put together, the less (fans) we’ll have for the opposing team,” he said. “But that being said, (Dolphins fans) came out in full force. (It was) glad to see them have our backs and it was a good win.”
The Dolphins will be back home in week three on September 21 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Hopefully the stadium will have more aqua and orange than red and the stadium becomes even louder than it did on Sunday.
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