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The Splash Zone 10/11/17: Dolphins Bring Back A Familiar Face

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.

After the resignation of Chris Foerster, the Dolphins had a coaching vacancy to fill. The Dolphins will be bringing back a familiar face on the offensive side. It has been reported that Dave DeGuglielmo has been hired, but has not been given a title yet. The offensive line duties could still be placed on Chris Kuper, the assistant o-line coach. DeGuglielmo was with the Dolphins from 2009-11 under Tony Sparano.

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

Breaking: Dave DeGuglielmo rejoins Miami Dolphins’ coaching staff | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Dave DeGuglielmo is returning to the Dolphins’ coaching staff to help fill a void left by offensive line coach Chris Foerster’s resignation, league sources told The Palm Beach Post on Tuesday.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Miami Dolphins' Jay Cutler gets poor marks for third straight game - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins were able to get a win over the Titans to even their record at 2-2, but Jay Cutler and the offense again looked out of sorts.

Numbers don’t lie: Jay Cutler has burned Falcons, but can he revive Miami Dolphins’ offense? | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — We've been told the "tape don't lie." Well, neither do numbers, and here are the most interesting stats about the Dolphins as they prepare for a challenging trip to Atlanta on Sunday: 32nd Offensive rankings in total offense (231.3 yards per game), passing offense (156.

Dolphins Offensive Line

Snorting Miami Dolphins assistant led offensive line that is underperforming | Miami Herald
Now that we’re done with the Miami Dolphins putting on their own painfully degenerate version of Ballers the last 24 hours, let us get back to football. Sort of.

Dolphins Defense

AC in the AM: Improved Defense Turns To Potent Falcons

Titans at Dolphins

The tape don’t lie: Miami Dolphins vs. Tennessee Titans, a review | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins coach Adam Gase says, “The tape don’t lie.” So each week, I’ll give the game tape a closer look. Here are some things I noticed: Jay Cutler and Miami's anemic offense can't create big plays.

Miami Dolphins jump up in Week 6 power rankings
The Miami Dolphins got back in the win column on Sunday with a 16-10 victory over the Tennessee Tita...

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Dolphins beat Titans: Good, bad, and ugly - The Phinsider
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