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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 12/6/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including previewing Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

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RAVENS AT DOLPHINS:

Who has the edge? Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins - Sun Sentinel
Both teams look to be impacted by recent injuries as they square off in a de facto playoff game, which will probably be the Dolphins' situation as long as they keep winning.

Finnegan, Garner, McCain doubtful for Ravens | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Cortland Finnegan is likely to miss his fourth consecutive game on Sunday, this one against the Baltimore Ravens, as are offensive lineman Nate Garner and linebacker Chris McCain. All three Miami Dolphins players were listed as doubtful for the big...

What They’re Saying: Fins On The Ravens " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
After leaving it late in New York this past Monday night, the Miami Dolphins host the Baltimore Ravens at Sun Life Stadium in a battle of two teams entrenched in the muddled AFC Playoff Picture. This game is incredibly important for both teams, as a win for either side would guarantee an upper hand in the last three weeks of the season towards the ultimate goal of reaching the postseason.

AC In The AM: Sunday’s Game Has Big-Time Feel
In some ways, the Dolphins have worked all season to get to this point. In many respects, the season starts now.

NOTEBOOK: Dolphins React To Ravens' Loss Of Ngata; Other Notes
On Thursday the Dolphins learned that the Ravens will be without one of their top defenders for Sunday's game at Sun Life Stadium.

DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

Lamar Miller needs an increased workload to become a 1,000-yard NFL back - Sun Sentinel
Lamar Miller has one of the highest yards per carry average in the NFL, but the Miami Dolphins limit him to just 12.5 carries per game.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

NOTEBOOK: Washington’s Road To The NFL Was A Difficult One; Other Notes
The wide receiver from Missouri remains as determined as ever to eventually find his way onto an NFL active roster.

DOLPHINS DEFENSE:

Have Miami Dolphins fixed their run defense? - ESPN
Considering the way Miami played run defense the past two weeks, the physical Ravens will test the Dolphins on the ground.

Dolphins explore options for solving ‘unacceptable’ rushing defense | The Miami Herald
The Dolphins’ struggling run defense will get another test Sunday when it faces the Ravens, who have the league’s No. 5 rushing attack (131.8 yards per game).

DOLPHINS STAFF:

Miami Dolphins Announce Hiring of Mary Ellen Bingham as Team Nutritionist
The organization announced a the hiring of a new staff member on Friday afternoon.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 12/5/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Cortland Finnegan is likely to play Sunday, Dion Sims getting more playing time, and can Ryan Tannehill lead Dolphins over the hump?

Ravens vs Dolphins injury report - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens injury report.

GMC Polaybook Question: What area needs to be sharpened to give Dolphins an edge? - The Phinsider
To be GMC Professional Grade you must be precise. The playoffs demand precision, as the talent gap has narrowed considerably. As the last month of regular season winds down, what areas need to be sharpened to give your team an edge?

Miami Dolphins: Ravens Game a Chance to Prove Team's Worth - The Phinsider
This Sunday is another chance for these Dolphins to break streaks, prove they are different then last year and grab ahold of their playoff destiny against the Ravens. Will Miami do it?