NEW ORLEANS -- The Miami Dolphins are gearing up for their matchup against the New Orleans Saints on "Monday Night Football."
Here are the latest Dolphins stories from around the web:
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post says the Dolphins carry new-found respect on the national stage.
Morning take: There will be a lot of curious NFL fans watching the Dolphins for the first time this season. This is a good showcase for Miami, win or lose.
Matt Kelly of the Miami Herald takes a look at the Dolphins’ banged-up defense.
Morning take: Defensive end Cameron Wake (knee), defensive tackle Paul Soliai (knee) and linebacker Koa Misi (shoulder) are all questionable. Misi will play, but the other two will be game-time decisions.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at five keys for the Dolphins.
Morning take: The biggest for me is controlling the pace of the game. Running the ball will be key for Miami and staying out of long down and distances.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site takes a look back at their history on Monday night.
Morning take: There was a time during the Dan Marino years when Miami was a fixture on “Monday Night Football.” But there have been some lean years after Marino. Perhaps things are turning around.
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