To beat better teams, Dolphins are going to need more from quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins offense wasn't that great against Seattle and showed up in the second half against the Patriots. The good news is that the schedule is a little easier now. I'm not that worried about the offense, to be honest. A little more worried about the other side.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
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Miami Dolphins need more from Ryan Tannehill to stay with good teams
Adam Gase Is Getting It Right, And Yet He’s 0-2 | The MMQB with Peter King
The first-year Dolphins head coach is getting improved play out of Ryan Tannehill and has pushed the right buttons as a play-caller. But in a bottom-line business, that’s not nearly enough
Dolphins Running Backs
Drake Has A Day To Remember
Rookie running back played 18 offensive snaps against New England, and finished with 12 rushing yards on two carries with his first career NFL touchdown.
Dolphins will be fine if Arian Foster is out with groin injury - NFL Nation- ESPN
The Dolphins have enough depth at running back that they should be fine if Arian Foster has to miss time with a groin injury.
Dolphins 2016 Season
AC In The AM: Dolphins Have To Find Right Formula
Trailing 31-3 deficit before a second half surge, the Dolphins have some things to build on and plenty to fix.
Three Takeaways from The Patriots Game
Dolphins analyst John Congemi shares his three takeaways from Miami’s game at the Patriots.
Good Things Happen When You Run To The Ball
Kiko Alonso’s two fumble recoveries already are more than any Dolphins player recorded last season.
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Arian Foster injury requires MRI on Monday - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster is headed for an MRI on Monday.