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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/15/12

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the play of rookie, Olivier Vernon.

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Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the past 24 hours:


Miami Dolphins are headed in the right direction - Armando Salguero -
The Dolphins have gotten good enough that this day it would have taken a heroic 97-yard touchdown drive with only 1:41 to play to beat them, and as cornerback Sean Smith was thinking, that wasn’t happening.

Dave George: Underwhelming win still puts Miami Dolphins at... |
After two overtime losses, the Miami Dolphins make no apologies for one underwhelming victory. It’s how the NFL works.

Anatomy Of A Gutsy Play
Having been on the other end of a surprise play earlier this season, the Miami Dolphins decided to turn the tables at the most crucial time of Sunday’s 17-14 win over the St. Louis Rams – with a fake punt.

Andy Cohen: Take This Team Seriously
With a 3-3 record and a bye things are looking bright for the Dolphins.


Greg Stoda: Miami Dolphins’ Joe Philbin goes with his gut —... |
The gamble was in playing for time. Joe Philbin decided it was worth the monumental risk to do so, and the Dolphins won a game Sunday in large part because their head coach went with his gut, and because Chris Clemons did, too.


Ryan Tannehill has his most efficient game as Miami Dolphins... |
Eventually, teams are going to learn that Ryan Tannehill can handle the blitz.

As Miami Dolphins honor Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas, Ryan Tannehill shows he’s the future - Greg Cote -
This football club’s proud past segued to its promising future — a ceremonial handoff of sorts — in a neat little moment during Sunday’s Dolphins game here.


Screen pass key to Dolphins' second-half adjustments - South Florida
Dolphins compensate for poor rushing performance with productive screen passes to Reggie Bush


Rookie Olivier Vernon makes play of the day for Miami... |
Cam Wake had a message Sunday morning for rookie defensive end Olivier Vernon: This is your day. Wake said he had been watching Vernon come "this close" to making a big play in the Dolphins’ first five games this season and felt he was due for a breakthrough.


Miami Dolphins’ punt, kickoff units are key contributors - Miami Dolphins -
Brandon Fields’ punting, Dan Carpenter’s deep kickoffs and Marcus Thigpen’s big plays lifted the Dolphins.


JT And Zach Have Their Moment In The Sun
Family affair for two Dolphins legends.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/14/12 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins news stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include the Dolphins defense and Zach Thomas and Jason Taylor going into the Ring of Honor.

Rams at Dolphins: Predictions Post - The Phinsider
It's time for our weekly predictions post heading into this afternoon's Rams at Dolphins game. Of course, on the Phinsider, we don't just predict a winner, but we're a little more specific than that.

Rams at Dolphins: Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas Ring of Honor Induction - Five Favorite Moments - The Phinsider
At halftime today, the Miami Dolphins will induct linebacker Zach Thomas and defensive end Jason Taylor into the team's Ring of Honor. Earlier this week, the two shared their top five Dolphins moments with

Dolphins Defeat Rams 17-14, Move to 3&3 on Season - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins held on to win their third game of the season today, beating the St. Louis Rams 17-14. The Rams tried a 66 yard field to tie the game as time expired, but rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein missed his third field goal of the day.

Dolphins Defeat Rams 17-14 Recap - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins leveled their record at 3-3 with a 17-14 home win over the St. Louis Rams. Here's our break down the win, what it means for the improving Dolphins and what they need to do better as they head into the middle part of the season.