Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the web:
Greg Cote of the Miami Herald says no lead is safe with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Miami blew a 13-point lead in the second quarter to the Carolina Panthers. The Dolphins also blew a 14-point lead last month to the New England Patriots. Miami simply doesn’t have the killer instinct to put teams away.
Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post says the Dolphins need to get angry.
Morning take: It’s too late for that. Miami is not that kind of emotional team. The Dolphins try to be even-keeled in good times and bad – and that’s a reflection of coach Joe Philbin.
John Congemi of the team website says the Dolphins need touchdowns, not field goals.
Morning take: Miami needs points -- period -- in the second half. The Dolphins were outscored 14-0 after halftime. That puts a lot of pressure on Miami’s defense.
The Dolphins’ running game gets an “F” for their performance against Carolina, according to the Sun Sentinel.
Morning take: Miami ran for just 52 yards, with quarterback Ryan Tannehill the leading rusher. That’s not a formula for success.