Both a shrine to the Miami Dolphins and to sliced deli meat, the Football Sandwich Shop has been churning out sports-themed sammies since 1972. Subs on amazingly soft hoagie rolls are named after players and positions. Think of it as a sportier version of New York's Carnegie Deli and its famous Woody Allen sandwich. Instead of a nosh named for a comedian, go for the the Zonker (or simply the #39), named for Dolphins running back Larry Csonka. It's piled high with ham, salami, and provolone, and at $6.29, it's large enough to feed a professional athlete. Other sandwich tributes include the Submarino ($8.79) and a turkey sub named for Mercury Morris ($8.69). Although not named for a Dolphin, the Superstrami — a hot sub filled with what seems like 20 pounds of pastrami, turkey, Swiss, tomato, and Thousand Island dressing ($10.49) — is one hearty meal. Add a side of homemade macaroni salad ($1.70) for a touchdown of a lunch.