I’ve been a Dolfan season ticket holder since 1966. Who can forget Huddle Club seats in the bleachers of the open end zone?
I enjoyed the George Wilson era; rejoiced during the Don Shula era; endured the Jimmy Johnson era; and lamented ever since. Nevertheless, I can no longer justify the financial commitment of attending home games or the pain of watching away games on TV until the organization genuinely commits to placing a winning product on the field.
The least the organization can do is emulate the Marlins and keep the ticket prices low, in line with the team’s dismal performance.
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