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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/31/11

Here is your Halloween edition of the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:

Dolphins at Giants Reactions:

Time for Miami Dolphins’ Stephen Ross to start rebuilding process - Armando Salguero -
At some point this season, everyone in the Dolphins organization will realize the truth that a sizable segment of their fan base has already grudgingly accepted:

Miami Dolphins’ malaise is predictable yet inexplicable - Israel Gutierrez -
It was painfully predictable, this latest come-from-ahead loss by the winless Dolphins.

New York Giants 20, Miami Dolphins 17: Things to take away – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins fell to 0-6 earlier today with a 20-17 defeat against the New York Giants here at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Some things we can take away from the latest installment of the Dolphins’ 0-7 start:

Reggie Bush rushes for second career 100-yard game - South Florida
Reggie Bush rushes for second career 100-yard game

Commentary: Tony Sparano is hurt and angry, but he's still throwing punches and defending his winless Miami Dolphins
Indulging in the ecstasy of defeat is the strangest of South Florida fads this fall. Come-from-ahead collapses make for glorious Sunday afternoon entertainment at too many Miami Dolphins watch parties.

Defense for Miami Dolphins (0-7) lets down again in fourth quarter; New York Giants win 20-17
Once again Sunday, the Dolphins' defense was dominant - for three quarters. "If this was a 50-minute league, we'd probably be a winning team," outside linebacker Cameron Wake said.

Dolphins put scare in Giants before losing, AGAIN – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
As far as losses go, Sunday’s 20-17 fourth-quarter collapse to the New York Giants might be the performance the Miami Dolphins can be proudest of this season.

Brandon Marshall tries to explain Miami Dolphins shortfall (Three Things) – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Three Things to consider from Sunday’s Loss No. 7 for the Miami Dolphins:

Dolphins Coaching Candidates:

Bill Cowher: I won’t coach next year - Miami Dolphins -
Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher, expected to be targeted by the Dolphins in their next coaching search, said Sunday he has no plans to coach next season.

Dolphins Writers:

Trapped on JetBlue plane: Sun Sentinel's Miami Dolphins writer Andrew Carter shares his story - South Florida
Miami Dolphins beat writer Andrew Carter shares his story of being trapped on JetBlue plane