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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 12/12/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Jason Trusnik and Kelvin Sheppard are preparing to start at linebacker for Sunday against the New England Patriots.

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DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS:

Tannehill Looking For Repeat Performance Against Pats " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
In Week 1, the Miami Dolphins defeated the New England Patriots, 33-20, at Sun Life Stadium, thanks in part to a two-touchdown game from quarterback Ryan Tannehill and a Dolphins’ ground game that amassed 191 yards rushing. Now it’s time for the trip up to Foxborough and Tannehill is looking to emulate Miami’s past successes, going against a team that’s tied for the best record in the NFL.

DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

AC In The AM: Miller Is So Important To This Offense
When Knowshon Moreno went down with a knee injury early in the season, there are those who feared, myself included, that the running game would go down with him.

DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:

Dolphins stand behind Dallas Thomas, expect he'll rebound - Sun Sentinel
Dallas Thomas knows the Patriots will target him on blitzes during Sunday's game, but is confident he'll respond to his recent adversity

DOLPHINS LINEBACKERS:

Kelvin Sheppard and Jason Trusnik preparing to start at linebacker - Sun Sentinel
DAVIE - The Miami Dolphins beat the Patriots with backup linebackers in the season-opening 33-20 victory over New England, and it appears Joe Philbin 's team will need a repeat of that Herculean effort from reserve linebackers on Sunday.

DOLPHINS AT PATRIOTS:

Dolphins Look To Repeat Second Half Performance Against Pats
The Dolphins know the Patriots offense can be contained because they’ve already done themselves it this season, and under similar circumstances.

Plenty on the line for Miami Dolphins in divisional showdown with New England Patriots | FOX Sports
After an emotional loss last Sunday to the Baltimore Ravens, it's clear that the Miami Dolphins remain the same inconsistent team they have been all season.

Palm Beach Post predictions for Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots | www.palmbeachpost.com
No one wants to pick the Dolphins to win at New England? Can’t blame them for that, especially since the Patriots — who lost the season opener to Miami — haven’t been swept by a division rival since the AFL-NFL merger.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 12/11/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include there is still hope for the playoffs, Cameron Wake defends defense, and how has Ryan Tannehill done in his three years?

Caption This: Phinsider cover edition - The Phinsider
Yesterday's cover had an interesting look. Now, tell us why.

Miami Dolphins: Patriots Game to be Very Revealing Regarding Joe Philbin - The Phinsider
Miami's game against on Sunday against the New England Patriots, who the Dolphins beat in the season opener, will be a very telling game regarding Joe Philbin's standing with the team and his future.

Strikes & Gutters: Week 15 Fantasy Football Advice - The Phinsider
Just write Smith or Jones or something.. It doesn't matter. None of this matters.

Will I get the Dolphins at Patriots game in Week 15? - The Phinsider
A quick look at the 506sports.com television coverage map for CBS's early games in Week 15.

NFL Odds: Will Joe Philbin be the Dolphins head coach in 2015 Week 1? - The Phinsider
Bovada.lv released a series of new odds this week, with the question "Will Joe Philbin be the head Coach of the Dolphins for Game 1 of the 2015 Regular Season?" included.