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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/8/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins need Mike Pouncey to have a big game this Sunday against Ndamukong Suh.

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DOLPHINS AT LIONS:

What They’re Saying: Fins on The Lions " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Rolling into the Motor City with a three-game winning streak, the Miami Dolphins may face their stiffest test of the season against the NFC-North leading Detroit Lions and their league topping defense. The Lions allow the least amount of total yards in the league heading into Week 10. Detroit’s offense features multiple All-Pro players, including from one of the NFL’s top receivers in Calvin Johnson and former Dolphins running back Reggie Bush.

Miami Dolphins have little margin for error - ESPN

The margin for error also is getting slimmer in the AFC with new postseason contenders emerging.

AC In The AM: Dolphins Facing Important Challenges
The Dolphins travel to Detroit on Sunday to play the Lions and they bring with them a three-game winning streak that has clearly elevated their status league-wide.

10 keys for the Miami Dolphins to defeat the Detroit Lions - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins travel to Detroit's Ford Field for one of the week's top games against the 6-2 Lions. Detroit is coming off an off week and should get star offensive weapons Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush back from injury. -- Omar Kelly

JOE PHILBIN:

Joe Philbin, Miami Dolphins head coach, returns to practice after death of his father - ESPN
Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin returned to the team Thursday following a two-day absence to grieve the passing of his father, Paul.

DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:

Philbin says Dolphins need Pouncey to have a big game against Suh | ProFootballTalk
One of Sunday's best individual matchups will happen in Detroit, where Dolphins guard Mike Pouncey and Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will square off.

DOLPHINS LINEBACKERS:

NOTEBOOK: Wheeler Has Megatron Memories; Other Notes
Wheeler played at Georgia Tech from 2003-07, taking a redshirt year in 2004, while Johnson starred for the Yellow Jackets from 2004-06.

DOLPHIN FANS:

Selfie-obsessed Dolphins fans? Miami is No. 1 in NFL data usage | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins are No. 1: at home game smart phone usage. AT&T tracks data usage at sports events and Sun Life Stadium was No. 1 each week the Dolphins have had a home game. Dolphins games are averaging 1,022 gigabytes of usage -- shattering the rest of the NFL.

FORMER DOLPHINS:

Don Shula talks Dolphins, Marino’s role, best memory | The Miami Herald
On the 25th anniversary of his restaurant chain, Dolphins coaching legend Don Shula reminisced about his great teams and expressed optimism for the current squad.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/7/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Lamar Miller is uncertain for Sunday, Jarvis Landry providing a spark, and the Dolphins will play the New York Jets in London next year.

Sacks on the Beach T-shirt available now from BreakingT - The Phinsider
We have a new t-shirt available here on the Phinsider through our new friends at BreakingT.

Dolphins vs Lions preview with Pride of Detroit - The Phinsider
We get a closer look at the Detroit Lions ahead of their Week 10 game against the Miami Dolphins with Pride of Detroit's Sean Yuille this morning.

Is there Media Bias Against the Dolphins? - The Phinsider
Is there Media Bias Against the Dolphins?

Miami Dolphins half season stats and projections - Offense - The Phinsider
We take a look at the Miami Dolphins' offensive stats through the first eight games of the season, projecting them across a full season. We also look at the players' projections from the quarter mark of the year.

#GMCPlaybook Week 10 question from Marshall Faulk: How to build success to make playoffs? - The Phinsider
Our weekly question from Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk takes a look at what do the Miami Dolphins have to do to build on their success and make the playoffs.