Sept. 30, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; A Miami Dolphins fan looks on during the first half against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals beat the Dolphins 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE
While the St. Louis Rams have turned the Edward Jones Dome into one of more disruptive home field advantages in the NFL, the fellas at Sun Life Stadium in Miami are having a much harder time filling their seats. Zac Synder, the FanSided.com site manager for the NFL pages, was gracious enough to send a link to a dazzling outcry from the Miami Dolphins, scrambling to pack the stadium with whoever is willing to come, including the opposing team’s fans. Here is a copy of the email that was send to the Fansided Network, which is actually the second time that a team has attempted to use our network of websites to garner an attendance from the opposing fan base,
"Hello, I am a Group Sales Representative from the Miami Dolphins. I would like to offer my services to all Rams fans that you are associated with that would be interested in attending next weekend’s match-up. I have discounted group tickets starting as low as $40 in the upper level and $80 in the lower level. I can be contacted at Dolphins Headquarters at 305 943 #### or ###@dolphins.com. ### Group Sales Representative Miami Dolphins LTD."
It appears as though the Dolphins will not have too much of a home-field advantage against the Rams this Sunday. In fact, it may be good for the Rams to take a break from the noise of the crazily-loud EJD and have a relaxing, quiet day in the warm Miami sun. If you have a chance, help out the Miami Dolphins by buying tickets to their game. (insert music to “Arms of an Angel” and slow montage of empty Dolphins seats) For only $40, you too can save the life of a once prominent NFL franchise. Please, call now! #PackTheDome… in Miami