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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/21/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including do the Dolphins have the NFL's best defense?

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AC In The AM: Tannehill Providing Plenty Of Answers
On Sunday in Denver, Tannehill will be matching fastballs with perhaps the greatest quarterback to ever play the game.


James Taking Crash Course At Left Tackle " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
When Ja’Wuan James was drafted in the first round by the Dolphins, he had been pegged to be Miami’s starting right tackle. But little did he know that he would be flipping over to the other side of the offensive line in his rookie season. James now resides on Ryan Tannehill‘s blindside, replacing Branden Albert after the Pro Bowler’s season-ending injury against Detroit.

NOTEBOOK: Thomas Facing More Challenges In Second Start; Other Notes
For his second start, Thomas figures to find himself at times opposite DeMarcus Ware or Von Miller, also two of the premier pass rushers in the league.


Miami Dolphins defense is NFL's best; more film-study notes | The MMQB with Peter King
The Dolphins are traveling to the Mile High City to face a Broncos offense that, despite last week’s hiccup, is still the most dangerous in football. Which means this might be the worst week to make this argument, but here goes: Miami has the NFL’s best defense.


Miami Dolphins’ Dion Jordan showing versatility since return | The Miami Herald
Dion Jordan, who was suspended six games earlier this season, has exceled on special teams since returning. Sunday, he might be asked to match up with dynamic Broncos tight end Julius Thomas.


Dolphins playing shell game with starting safeties - Sun Sentinel
Using Reshad Jones and Louis Delmas in interchangeable safety roles has helped Miami's secondary excel


Meet the Miami Dolphins' version of Peyton Manning - ESPN
Scout team QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson spends week immitating Denver Broncos star to help Miami's defense prepare.

Will Manning solve Dolphins' defense? - Stats & Info Blog - ESPN
After losing two of three games on their just-completed road trip, the Denver Broncos return home to face the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Two beat up teams facing off on Sunday | Miami Dolphins In Depth

Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay has been nursing a knee issue all season. He missed part of training camp and the preseason, he's been limited in practice (a lot) and has missed a few practice days as well. Well,...

Hyde5: Dolphins D-light? Schlereth calls Denver line 'horrendous' - Sun Sentinel
1. Here's the good news for the Dolphins: Peyton Manning has little around him this week. His two top receivers, Julius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders , were hurt last game and their status is in doubt for Sunday. They're down to their third running back. And the offensive line?

The Miami Dolphins' 10 keys to defeating the Denver Broncos - Sun Sentinel
Can the Miami Dolphins find a way to top Peyton Manning and his limping Denver Broncos in the mile-high thin air and put themselves in prime playoff position in the AFC? Here are 10 important areas where the Dolphins must hold their own -- Omar Kelly


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/20/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Daryn Colledge returning to o-line, Dolphins injury update, and Jamar Taylor knows Peyton Manning will be targeting him on Sunday.

NFL Power Rankings 2014: Week 12 - The Phinsider
The Phinsider Power Rankings heading into Week 12.

Strikes & Gutters: Week 12 Fantasy Football Advice - The Phinsider
Don't do what Donny Don't Does

Dolphins at Broncos injury report: Jonathan Freeny out for Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos released their first injury report of the week last night.

Miami Dolphins Fan Guide to the Playoff Race and Teams to Root For During Week 12 - The Phinsider
A regular review of how wins and losses by other teams playing this week affect the Dolphins' playoff hopes