The Miami Dolphins will be busting out their awesome throwback uniforms from their 1972 and ‘73 Super Bowl championship seasons this weekend against the Chargers.
Did someone say "throwbacks?" 👀 pic.twitter.com/wcSS0qRJ1H
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) November 10, 2020
Apparently, the uniforms have been getting so much love from within the organization that the team is seriously considering making the throwbacks their permanent uniforms.
Well, my understanding is a lot of people within the Dolphins organization have already gotten to that same right place on the throwback uniforms. They like it more. They think it’s better.
The issue is owner Stephen Ross hasn’t given a final approval to go all in on the throwbacks. He might eventually get there, perhaps even by 2021. But not yet.
If it were up to the fans these unis would have been made permanent a long time ago.
They need to stop playing and make these permanent https://t.co/Xl58vj7x4s
— Farva (@Matt742583) November 13, 2020
Should be permanent. (At the very least, return to the old color scheme.) https://t.co/1gBrm2pH0P
— Drew (@374drew) November 12, 2020
Question: why don’t y’all wear these EVERY WEEK???? https://t.co/10CH2UrDii
— Jamie Pogue (@Pistol_Pogue) November 12, 2020
MAKE THEM PERMANEMT!!!! https://t.co/iw3Xjh4iYX
— MAKE THROWBACKS PERMANENT (@THROWBACKS4EVER) November 10, 2020