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Dolphins fan has devotion to 1972 team tattooed to his belly

Maggie Hendricks
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With the Atlanta Falcons' loss Sunday, the members of the 1972 Miami Dolphins team was likely popping champagne as they remained the only team to be undefeated through their Super Bowl win. Also celebrating? This guy.

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He will never forget the '72 Dolphins, and if you try and make him, he will expose his belly to prove his undying devotion. Of course, he and all Dolphins fans have to cling to the '72 team, as the 2012 team lost 37-3 on Sunday to the Tennessee Titans.

Thanks, 30 FPS.

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