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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/14/11

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Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets Previews:

Jets' Rex Ryan still predicting Super Bowl despite three-game skid
His team is on a three-game losing streak, but that isn't enough to quiet Rex Ryan - or give him any second thoughts about guaranteeing that his New York Jets will win the Super Bowl this season.

Handling of Offensive Coordinator Situation Might Define Rex Ryan's Tenure With the New York Jets - Gang Green Nation
Defining moment ahead?

NOTEBOOK: Bye Week Helped Dolphins Get Healthy
One of the primary benefits of the bye week in the National Football League is the ability for teams to get healthier, and that was the case for the Miami Dolphins.

Will Dustin Keller Rejoin the Passing Game? - Gang Green Nation
Will we see Keller?

Santonio Holmes Pointing Finger at Offensive Line - Gang Green Nation
"I may be criticized again for saying it, but it starts up front," Holmes said Thursday. "The big guys know it. If they give Mark enough time to sit in the pocket and complete passes, I think everything changes."

ESPN’s Ron Jaworski | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Monday Night Football analyst joined the show to give his complete analysis on the Dolphins after doing his film study in preparation for Monday’s game.

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets - The Brandon Marshall Story:

Monster or Beast, Brandon Marshall certainly is a handful for the Miami Dolphins (Three Things) – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Three Things to consider on this sports Friday: Thing 1: Tony Sparano laughed off Brandon Marshall’s semi-serious vow to "get kicked out" in the second quarter of Monday night’s game in The Meadowlands.

What is Brandon Marshall trying to accomplish? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
This Sun Sentinel blog has all the news, stories, and NFL player info for the professional football fan in South Florida.

Brandon Marshall planning for quite a Monday night | ProFootballTalk
Anyone who thinks that Brandon Marshall has been too low key this season should tune in to Monday night's game with the Jets. Marshall admitted Thursday that he's been playing with his emotions too in check through the first four weeks of the season...

Miami Dolphins' Brandon Marshall: 'I’m going to play like a monster' - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Brandon Marshall vowed to unleash his emotions Monday against the Jets, even saying he would ‘get kicked out in the second quarter.’

Miami Dolphins' Brandon Marshall says he's been too passive, vows to get fired up and maybe ejected Monday night.
At the start of training camp, Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall announced that he had been treated for a personality disorder and vowed to get his emotions under control.

Miami Dolphins In Depth
I wish he was just joking. But he wasn't smiling and actually said he was not kidding. "I'm serious," Brandon Marshall said. I assume he knows better. But I'm not sure any more because some things are impossible to figure...

Miami Dolphins' Brandon Marshall seeks passion, second-quarter ejection vs. New York Jets - ESPN
Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall says he has been playing with his emotions in check and plans to show more passion Monday night against the New York Jets, with a goal of getting kicked out of the game in the second quarter.

NFL.com news: Monster man: Dolphins' Marshall graduating from 'beast' mode
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall offered a unique approach to getting his winless team going Monday night against the New York Jets.

Dolphins notes: WR Marshall unleashed? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins continue their preparation for their upcoming game against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football. Here are some notes following Thursday's practice:

Dolphins Quarterbacks:

Miami Dolphins fans rooting for Moore to do less - Israel Gutierrez - MiamiHerald.com
The losses can’t pile up quickly enough around here these days.

Dolphins Running Backs:

Dolphins will need a healthy Daniel Thomas to beat the Jets, which have allowed eight rushing touchdowns in five games - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Daniel Thomas is frustrated by injuries, but vows to get Dolphins ground game going

Dolphins Defensive Line:

Igor Olshansky Joins The Finsiders | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins defensive lineman sat down in studio with the crew to discuss the mindset of the defense heading into the match-up with the Jets offense. Listen in