Miami Dolphins Risk Losing South Florida Dominance To The Heat

July 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Despite having the biggest title drought in South Florida, the Dolphins have always been the favorite team of the locals.
They have the longest history (the Heat, Panthers, and Marlins being relatively new franchises) and have one of the greatest feats in sports—the perfect season.
The Dolphins have been the only team to retain respectable, if not impressive, attendance in all their games.
The few jerseys lining the streets carry the name of Williams, Taylor, and for the nostalgic fans, Marino.
The rest of the teams, aided by mediocre records, have recieved equally mediocre attendance.
The introduction of Lebron and Bosh will change the landscape of the local sports scene.
Even the most fickle fan will rush to get a Lebron jersey instead of a Brandon Marshall jersey.
But how long will it last?
The Dolphins will benefit from their season coming previous to the NBA season as the free agency period dies down.
A good season will help remin...

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