Here are the latest Miami Dolphins stories on reaction Monday from around the web:
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel says the Dolphins have a lot of questions heading into the bye week after losing to the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Indeed, the Dolphins are a struggling team after two straight losses. The good news is Miami (3-2) has two weeks to fix its issues.
Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald discusses Dolphins kicker Caleb Sturgis’ wide-left attempt at the end of the game.
Morning take: A big sack made Sturgis’ attempt 57 yards, so you can’t blame him. It ended a perfect streak of 10 straight field goals to start his career.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site says Dion Jordan made an impact.
Morning take: Jordan had a key tip on Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco that caused a pick-six. Jordan is getting better every week and could be a force in the second half of the season.
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post says the Dolphins must find a running game.
Morning take: Miami gained 22 yards on 11 carries, which isn’t good enough. Baltimore pushed the Dolphins around on offense and defense.