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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 11/2/11

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

Dolphins at Giants Review:

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from the Dolphins 20-17 loss to the Giants | The Daily Dolphin
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from the Dolphins’ 20-17 loss to the Giants: The Good * Reggie Bush with the ball in his hands: Great day for Bush in

Dolphins at Chiefs Preview:

Rivers fumbles away Chargers' chance for win; Succop kicks FG in OT as Chiefs win 23-20 - South Florida
Up and down the sideline, the Kansas City Chiefs were telling each other the game wasn't over. Didn't matter that Philip Rivers was under center with less than a minute left, and that Nick Novak was poised to kick the winning field goal for San Diego.

Dolphins 2011 Season:

Reeling Miami Dolphins try to avoid feeling haunted - Miami Dolphins -
From video games to spending time with their kids, Dolphins players look for ways to temporarily take their mind off the losing.

Biggest difference between this year's Miami Dolphins and the 1-15 team in '07? This team has talent and hope
The fact his season ended with a torn Achilles tendon in the opener at Washington is only one reason Yeremiah Bell has no good memories of the Dolphins' 2007 campaign that ended 1-15.

Miami Dolphins have superior talent to the one-win '07 team - South Florida
Seven Dolphins can relay the lessons learned from the 1-15 Dolphins team in '07

Miami Dolphins: What’s the biggest problem? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Nobody expected the Miami Dolphins to be juggernauts this season, but can you really say you expected the 2011 team to be winless seven games into the season?

Dolphins Offensive Line:

Miami Dolphins: Sparano on resting Long: Jake would punch me in the face - South Florida
Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparno said he has not thought about resting left takle Jake Long, who sat out the preseason with a sore left knee that was surgically repaired in the offseason. "Jake would punch me in the face if I considered that," Sparano said.

Dolphins Rookies:

Rookies having positive impact for winless Miami Dolphins - Miami Dolphins -
Jimmy Wilson and Mike Pouncey are making solid contributions for struggling Dolphins.

Dolphins Fans:

Famous Fin Fan: Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi may be best known as the founder and lead singer of rock band Bon Jovi, which was named after him, but there is more to this football fanatic than just music. Bon Jovi was one of the founders and the primary owner of the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League.