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Dolphins Will Don Orange Jerseys On Monday Night Football Against Patriots

August 21, 2004

The Miami Dolphins will break out their orange jerseys for the second-ever time on December 20 for their Monday night game against the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots at Pro Player Stadium.

The team unveiled its third jersey last season in a 24-23 come-from-behind win against the Washington Redskins on November 23, 2003, also at Pro Player Stadium. The contest, televised nationally by ESPN, marked the Dolphins largest fourth-quarter comeback since 1980.

?The organization received an overwhelming response when we revealed the orange jerseys last season,? team President Eddie Jones said. ?They brought us success in 2003 and I hope they can do so again this year. Our fans have embraced them and our players really enjoy wearing them.?

?As players, we know wearing the orange jerseys means it?s a big game and everybody is watching,? Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor said. ?Seeing all the fans dressed in orange with us really provides an extra adrenaline rush.?

The game begins at 9:00 p.m. and will be televised nationally on ABC?s Monday Night Football.

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maybe another game in em will convince me. i'm on the fence, cus i wanted to like em but there was a little something. i'm still trying to figure out what that something was. maybe the fins just look funny in orange.

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Actually, that all-orange is cool.

I've gotta agree with WIB. The all orange concept is really cool. However, I'm not a big fan of the orange jerseys. Nike did a navy blue fashion jersey a few season ago and that was really sweet. But then again, what do I know. I'm just a big dumb animal. :D

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