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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 11/7/11

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

Dolphins at Chiefs Reactions:

Kansas City Chiefs vs Dolphins: Breaking Down The O-Line Film - Arrowhead Pride
Your best source for quality Kansas City Chiefs news, rumors, analysis, stats and scores from the fan perspective.

Dolphins Dominate Chiefs: The Good, Bad And Ugly - Arrowhead Pride
After a performance like that, it's hard to get too in depth about what the Kansas City Chiefs did wrong against the Miami Dolphins. So here's the good bad and ugly from the game in bullet-point style.

Chiefs Players Say Monday Night Football Hangover Not To Blame - Arrowhead Pride

The feeling amongst some media folks after the Miami Dolphins dominated the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday was that the Chiefs were feeling the effects of a short week and a couple of emotional and physical victories over division opponents. 

Tony Dungy comes to Yeremiah Bell’s defense – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Hard to argue that the NFL doesn’t discriminate against defensive players.

Winning lifts fog of defeat over Miami Dolphins - Armando Salguero -
The sound of victory long overdue was on the other side of the steel doors that separated the Dolphins locker room from the dingy hallway in the bowels of Arrowhead Stadium.

Fed up with losing, Dolphins feast on Chiefs - Miami Dolphins -
‘When you go 0-7, you get fed up at a point, and at some point, you’ve got to turn it around,’ Miami’s Yeremiah Bell said.

Anthony Fasano and Charles Clay have big games for Dolphins - South Florida
Anthony Fasano and Charles Clay have big games for Dolphins

Reggie Bush (142 total yards) delivers second straight strong game for Miami Dolphins
It wasn't long ago when Dolphins running back Reggie Bush said the team "stinks." He included himself among the reasons for the stench, and quite justifiably.

Commentary: Miami Dolphins' Matt Moore makes the case that he could be more than a mere fill-in
Matt Moore is just keeping the quarterback's seat warm for the Dolphins. He's just a replacement for the injured and soon-to-be elsewhere Chad Henne.

Miami Dolphins report card: Straight A's - South Florida
Miami Dolphins earn high marks for win over Kansas City Chiefs

Andy Cohen: It All Came Together
Finally, the smiles. That’s what Coach Tony Sparano has been looking for all season from his players and that’s what he got after Sunday’s 31-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Smiles. Pats on the back. A joyous locker room. Game balls. It has been a long time coming for the Miami Dolphins.

Finally, Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano can enjoy a victory, 31-3 over Kansas City
Finally, for the first time since last December, Dolphins coach Tony Sparano could soak up the love.

Dolphins pick up first win, 31-3 over Chiefs - Football Wires -
It didn't matter how big of a lead the Miami Dolphins built on the Kansas City Chiefs. It still wasn't enough to keep them from feeling jittery.

Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs - Recap - November 06, 2011 - ESPN
NFL Football Recap: Final statistics from the Miami vs. Kansas City game played on November 06, 2011

Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Dolphins win. Haven't written that sentence since last December 12, 2010. The Dolphins had lost 10 consecutive games before today and that is where the losing skid ends. The Dolphins didn't just beat the Chiefs, they whipped them, 31-3....

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Five thoughts on the Dolphins 31-3 stunner vs Chiefs
Where has this team been? This 31-3 win at Kansas City might be the most complete game the Dolphins played since 2009.

Dolphins Quarterback Prospects:

Andrew Luck Sweepstakes: Colts Stay Winless, Pull Ahead Of Victorious Dolphins - SB Nation Bay Area
The Indianapolis Colts now have the inside track to the number one draft pick. They can't beat anyone, while the Miami Dolphins proved that they are trying to at least win something.