Miami Dolphins cheerleaders release a sexy lip dub video... who ISN'T a fan now?

If the Miami Dolphins are trying convince fans to start rooting for them despite their lackluster 6-for-10 record last year, they might be succeeding.

First it was the gritty HBO reality show about training camp, 'Hard Knocks.'

Then, the Dolphins introduced the world to their new quarterback Ryan Tannehill -- and his gorgeous model wife Lauren.

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Call her, maybe? The gorgeous cheerleaders lined up for a video shoot of them lip-dubbing the wildly popular song

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Stimulus package: The Dolphins might be hoping stunts like this video will help revive their team's slumping ticket sales after years of miserable performance on the field

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Wildly popular: Since it was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday, more than 1.3 million people have watched the video

Now, the cheerleaders are pitching in with a sexy new video of the squad lip-syncing this summer's hottest pop song, 'Call Me Maybe.'

The choreographed clip has racked up more than 1.3 million views since it was uploaded on Tuesday.

The cheerleaders' take on Carly Rae Jepsen's smash hit is only the latest lip-sync parody of the song.

The Harvard University baseball team racked up more than 11 million views after they uploaded their own take on the 'Call Me Maybe' while riding back from a game in the team's van.

Donald Trump's Miss USA contestants also did a version.

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Choreographed: The cheerleaders acted out the word of the song as they lip-synced the lyrics

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Team effort: Mot of the 39 members of the cheer squad participated in the video

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Special effects: The cheerleaders even filmed part of the video underwater. And yes, they did all their own stunts

Lauren Tannehill

First Lady of Miami football: Another reason to be a fan of the Dolphins, Lauren Tannehill, poses with her husband Ryan, the team's new quarterback

According to the Dolphins cheerleaders' post on YouTube, the squad was in the Dominican Republic shooting the 2013 swimsuit calendar when 'we decided to have a little fun and make our own cover of Carly Rae's "Call Me Maybe." We hope you enjoy!'

The video, along with the football team's reality show and the national spotlight on Tannehills, have generated enormous off-field attention for the Dolphins.

It remains to be seen whether they can translate that energy to on-field football success.

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Eye candy: The video includes numerous gratuitous shots of the Dolphins cheerleaders, of course. She's not even lip-dubbing!

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Each of the cheerleaders was decked out in a bikini for the video shoot, most of them with the Dolphins logo

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Here's my number: Despite the lyrics to the song, none of the lovely cheerleaders handled out their own phone numbers, sadly

The team hasn't had a winning season since 2008. In 2007, the Dolphins won just one game.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that the miserable record has led to Dolphins tickets being the cheapest in the NFL on the second-hand market.

Season ticket sales reached just 30,000 for this season -- just half as many as the team sold in 2005

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