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The Splash Zone 12/3/16: Previewing Sunday's Game Against The Ravens

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 will be traveling north to take on the Baltimore Ravens, the leaders of the AFC North. Interestingly enough, if the season ended today, the Ravens would host the Dolphins in the wild card round. The Dolphins are going to be facing a tough opponent on Sunday, but the Dolphins have found ways to win during their six game win streak. Can the team continue their amazing streak or are the Ravens going to put an end to it?

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

Dolphins Put Win Streak On Line Against Ravens " CBS Miami
The Miami Dolphins were sleepwalking through another lackluster season when the unexpected happened - they woke up.

Dolphins at Ravens

Dolphins-Ravens Friday Injury Reports
The only player ruled out of the Baltimore game Friday was center Mike Pouncey, who will miss his third consecutive game because of a hip injury.

5 keys for Miami Dolphins to pick up a road win in Baltimore | The Daily Dolphin
Coming off of a win that was closer than many would have liked against a one-win San Francisco 49ers team, Miami will face a tough road test with playoff implications in Baltimore on Sunday.

Looking Like A High School Reunion On Sunday
Rookie guard Laremy Tunsil played at Lake City Columbia High School in Florida, where one of his teammates was Timmy Jernigan, who just happens to be a starting defensive lineman for the Ravens.

Miami Dolphins have turned into a winning football team
Finally putting things together, the Miami Dolphins have the look and play of a winning football team. The post Miami Dolphins have turned into a winning football team appeared first on Cover32.

How five Miami Dolphins chose their cause for NFL’s cleats campaign | The Daily Dolphin
A league that goes out of its way to make sure every player on every team is dressed exactly like his teammates on game days has done an about-face for this weekend, encouraging individuality.

AC In The AM: AC in the AM: Another Telling Test Awaiting In Baltimore
The Dolphins should find out more about themselves and their long-term potential Sunday when they face the Ravens, also a serious challenger for a spot in the playoffs.

Adam Gase

Culture club: Miami Dolphins discover bad habits aren’t that hard to break after all | The Daily Dolphin
If it’s true you can’t correct a problem until you recognize one exists, this past week represented an awakening for the Dolphins and their fans.

Gase Goes Against Former Teacher On Sunday
One of the people most responsible for Gase’s journey to becoming an NFL head coach will be across the sideline Sunday when the Dolphins face the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Friday | The Daily Dolphin
• No definite yes on Branden Albert, but things look good. Laremy Tunsil ready to go, unless a setback. Anytime you can get your starters involved, makes life simpler. The team moved the ball well with those players, especially on the ground. Should improve chemistry.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill can redefine himself in December | Miami Herald
Ryan Tannehill in his career has closed seasons with a 9-11 December record and twice, in 2013 and ’14, late failures cost Miami a playoff berth. Now the team is 7-4, on a six-game winning streak and in control of its hopes of finally ending an eight-year playoff drought. Miami — and Tannehill — cannot fall short again. This is the month the Dolphins’ quarterback must redefine himself.

Dolphins Running Backs

Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi on collision course with Ravens' defense
Miami, which turned its season around with Jay Ajayi and the ground game, faces the Ravens' top-ranked run defense in a game with playoff implications.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

Miami Dolphins' Parker again sidelined; Dolphins notes | Miami Herald
While the Dolphins are optimistic about the left side of their offensive line being back in tact on Sunday in Baltimore, they’re not counting on having receiver DeVante Parker, who remains limited with a back injury.

Dolphins Defense

Dolphins' defense doing the job despite being 'inconsistent' - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins' defense has played a big role in the team's six-game winning streak even though defensive coordinator Vance Joseph called them 'inconsistent.'

Dolphins Secondary

Dolphins safety Michael Thomas is tied for the league lead with 14 special-teams tackles | Miami Herald
Dolphin coaches and players are making the Pro Bowl case for safety Michael Thomas, who is tied for the NFL lead in special teams tackles with 14 through Week 12.

Made you look! Miami Dolphins’ biggest jokester? It’s Bobby McCain | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — In case you're worried this youthful, suddenly playoff-contending Miami Dolphins team is currently stressed, tense or overwhelmed, be introduced to cornerback Bobby McCain. "Jokester," Dolphins coach Adam Gase said.

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