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The Splash Zone 11/9/16: Can Adam Gase Get The Team Over .500?

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

The Dolphins have a chance to have a winning record after Sunday. The team sits at 4-4 but with a win would put the Dolphins into a territory we haven't been used to seeing. Adam Gase has led his team to three straight victories. Can the team keep it up?

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Miami Dolphins: Is there evidence that Adam Gase can nose above .500? | Dave's Digital Domain
Do the Miami Dolphins finally have a head coach who is capable of nosing above .500 and actually staying there? Adam Gase isn’t there yet. With three straight victories his rookie season stands at 4-4 and he’s yet to have a winning record at any point.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Ryan Tannehill and Brad Kaaya are good enough quarterbacks | Miami Herald
There is angst surrounding Miami's two major quarterbacks for different reasons. Many Dolphins fans still aren't sure Ryan Tannehill is the right guy, the long-term answer. Many Hurricanes fans are worried Brad Kaaya is down to his last few games and will turn pro early. Well, quit worrying. Here's why.

Dolphins Running Backs

Rushing back: How a change in game plan has brought Miami’s season back to life | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins have made an improbable comeback from the cellar of the AFC East to set themselves up for a potential late-season playoff push. With its victory on Sunday against the New York Jets, Miami pulled itself to .500.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

Adam Gase: I did a bad job getting Jarvis Landry the ball | ProFootballTalk
Miami's Jarvis Landry sees himself as the best receiver in the NFL, and he's certainly the best receiver on the Dolphins. But he had a quiet game on Sunday, with just three catches for 33 yards. That's not Landry's fault, says Dolphins coach Adam Gase. Instead, Gase puts it on himself.

Dolphins Secondary

Miami Dolphins release cornerback Bene Benwikere - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins released veteran cornerback Bene Benwikere nearly a month after claiming him on the NFL's waiver wire.

Dolphins Special Teams

Miami Dolphins special teams came up with big plays vs. Jets
So this is how things are going for the Dolphins these days.

Dolphins 2016 Season

AC In The AM: Analyzing A 4-4 Record At Midseason
A closer look at a team that started 1-4 but has rebounded nicely with three straight victories.

The tape don’t lie: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins, a review | The Daily Dolphin
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says, "The tape don’t lie." So after each game, I've decided to give the game tape a closer look. Here are some things I noticed: Miami drafted not one, but two, exciting, dynamic punt and kickoff returners.

Dolphins' midseason grade: Progress evident under new coach Adam Gase - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins struggled early under a new coaching staff, but have found their footing after discovering a power rushing attack led by RB Jay Ajayi.

ProFootballFocus Dolphins grades for Week 8: Cameron Wake, Jay Ajay are great; Mario Williams and DeVante Parker not | Miami Herald
The Week 8 Dolphins grades from, a weekly feature for Dolphins In Depth, signal more great work from Jay Ajayi and Cameron Wake while DeVante Parker and Mario Williams struggled.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone 11/8/16: Dolphins Feeling Confident Heading Into Second Half Of Season - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Week 9: Miami Dolphins Stock Watch - The Phinsider
After the bye week, the Miami Dolphins took on arch rivals the New York Jets. It may have been an ugly game, but Miami edged this one 27-23. Let’s check out who’s stock are up, and down…

All QB’s are "Game Managers": Slight SUTTON Rant - The Phinsider
The term "game manager" is a ubiquitous, poorly-defined cliche that is supposed to call into question a particular QB. Would you feel offended if I called you an "oxygen breather"?

Dolphins’ second-half schedule opens playoff possibility - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are mid-way through their 2016 regular season schedule, going 4-4 over their first eight games. They are currently in second place in the AFC East, on a three-game winning...