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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/28/11

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

Dolphins at Giants Preview:

Jason Taylor Says Early Downs Are The Key | Miami Dolphins
Linebacker Jason Taylor knows that the New York Giants offense can beat you in many different ways. Taylor talked about how the Dolphins need to win on first

Miami Dolphins Matt Moore has sore ribs; Vontae Davis misses practice - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins Matt Moore has sore ribs; Vontae Davis misses practice

Miami Dolphins will have to mix up play calling to offset New York Giants' sack-happy defense
Those sore ribs Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore has been nursing this week could feel a whole lot worse by late Sunday afternoon.

Broncos at Dolphins Reactions:

Dolphins credited for 6, not 7 sacks on Tebow - Football Wires - MiamiHerald.com
An official scoring change is now giving the Miami Dolphins credit for six sacks instead of seven on Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.

Dolphins Coaches:

Mike Nolan defends Dolphins’ scheme: "We just need to execute" | ProFootballTalk
After the Dolphins allowed Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow to run in a game-tying two-point conversion on Sunday, multiple Miami players said they had the wrong defense called.

Dolphins Offensive Line:

Miami Dolphins In Depth
Ponder this statistic: The Dolphins are among the three worst offenses in the NFL at preventing sacks of their quarterback. Miami has yielded 22 sacks, which trails only league-worst Seattle (24) and St. Louis (22). Now consider coach Tony Sparano's...

Dolphins Coaching Candidates:

The pluses and minuses of four potential Miami Dolphins coaching candidates: Cowher, Gruden, Billick and Fisher
It's probably pointless to propose that Steve Ross strongly consider the NFL model that's been most successful of late as he decides how to rebuild his dreadful Dolphins.

Former Dolphins:

Inside The Honor Roll: Dick Anderson
Dick Anderson starred at safety for the Miami Dolphins from 1968 to 1977, missing one of those seasons with a knee injury. He played in three Super Bowls, winning two, and was part of the 1972 undefeated team with a 17-0 record.