The Miami Dolphins are going all out to celebrate the 1972 perfect season.
Over the weekend, the Dolphins honored members of the 1972 season.
Ahead of tonight's kickoff, we had Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Larry Little, and Paul Warfield take the field as honorary captains for Sunday Night Football. pic.twitter.com/s0ECk6nV2c
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) October 24, 2022
On Sunday the Dolphins wore throwback jerseys to honor the 1972 team.
— Jim Reineking (@jimreineking) October 24, 2022
The team also had throwback 1972 prices at their concession stands.
Fans attending the Dolphins-Steelers game on Sunday can buy soda for $0.75, popcorn for $1.75, and hot dogs for $2
In honor of the Miami Dolphins perfect-season team, tonight's concessions will be sold at 1972 prices:
🥤 Fountain Soda: $0.75
🍿 Popcorn: $1.75
🌭 Hot Dog: $2.00 pic.twitter.com/uWLLB8l6uv
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) October 23, 2022
Here’s how fans reacted to the Dolphins throwback concession prices.
Can we do this for the gas prices? 🤣🤣 https://t.co/URSHSkDZRG
— Dre (@godfamilycowboy) October 24, 2022
Notice the booze isn't included in the mark down 😂https://t.co/Adw2tHe0Ws
— Rob Woodfork (@RobWoodfork) October 24, 2022
Beer was still $19 tho right? Lol https://t.co/F0sh6qkMCj
— Ryan (@GatorRyan) October 24, 2022
yoooooooo. More teams should do this. Throwback night. Heck, @ChicagoBears let's go back to 1985 concession prices, since that's the only year we talk about and the only year that's worth a darn https://t.co/XG6MWs09DM
— Kevin Holmes (@kholmesKSHB) October 24, 2022