Here are the latest Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about Dolphins guard Richie Incognito, who is unhappy about the team’s pass protection.
Morning take: According to Incognito, if the Dolphins allow 72 sacks this season the entire offensive line should be fired. Miami has allowed 18 so far and is on that torrid pace.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald says questions still remain with Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Morning take: Tannehill is 10-10 after 20 starts. There are things in his game he still needs to work on, such as ball security, but I like most of what I see in fewer than two seasons.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post explores the tailback debate between Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller.
Morning take: Miami’s coaching staff has raved about Thomas since training camp. But he’s averaging 2.8 yards per carry this year, and I think it’s time to make Miller more of a feature tailback.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team website says Austin Spitler feels back at home.
Morning take: Miami is the only team Spitler’s played for in four seasons. The Dolphins need a boost on special teams with linebacker Jason Trusnik and Don Jones both nursing injuries.