Here are Sunday's most interesting Miami Dolphins stories from around the Web:
Morning take: There were several things the Dolphins could build on in their second preseason game. The most important is solid quarterback play.
Jarrett Bell of USA Today writes a lot is riding this season on the Dolphins' offensive line.
Morning take: Miami’s offensive line can’t get worse than last year. But here is the question: How much better is the line? Minor improvement isn't enough.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin remains irked by missed tackles.
Morning take: This was a major focus in practice last week. The Dolphins improved against the Buccaneers, but not enough. Expect more focus on tackling this upcoming week.
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins must establish a running game.
Morning take: Miami’s running game has been in neutral so far this preseason. The issue appears to be with the offensive line getting little push, and this must be corrected.