New Miami Dolphins Logo: The Best Twitter Reactions Confirming That Fans Hate It
Earlier in the day, we told you about how NFL.com might have accidentally leaked the new Miami Dolphins logo.
The website eventually removed the logo and replaced it with the old one.
But, then on Wednesday afternoon, a seemingly befuddled Dolphins CEO Mike Dee confirmed that, yes, the logo that appeared on NFL.com is indeed the new Miami Dolphins logo.
And, judging from fan reaction on Twitter, a few like it.
But most pretty much hate it.
Except Dan Marino. He approves.
New Miami Dolphins logo looks like a "Dolphin Safe" label on a can of tuna. Our Dolphins are safe. From the playoffs! instantrimshot.com-- Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) March 27, 2013
Not a huge fan of this new Dolphin logo yet. #Dolphins-- Thomas Silkowski (@ThomasSilkowski) March 27, 2013
@miamidolphins are you f*in kidding me with this logo? I am embarrassed. You have got to be kidding me. The dolphin looks dead! We r screwed-- mflo (@FLOgoes) March 27, 2013
Is the new Dolphin Asian?-- Kevin Mayer (@KevinCMayer) March 27, 2013
The logo is not terrible because SCIENCE! RT @nate_garner_75: New logo Pretty cool once u find out the dolphin is strongest in that position-- Chris Joseph (@byChrisJoseph) March 27, 2013
Based on pattern, seems new logo is no longer based on a bottlenose dolphin but a common dolphin. The one rarely seen and no one cares about-- Carlos Sanchez (@ThisIsChucker) March 27, 2013
NOT into it. Looks like a regular dolphin instead of a sports playing dolphin..... Miami Dolphins confirm new logo: sun-sentinel.com/sports/miami-d...-- Kate B (@katbow) March 27, 2013
I wasn't planning to buy merchandise anyways. I'm on a Dolphin spending lockout til they make a playoff game. Still hate the new logo.-- Joe(@HeatMercenary) March 27, 2013
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