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Here are the latest Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the web:
The Baltimore Sun rounds up national predictions for Sunday’s game between the Dolphins and Ravens.
Morning take: Many pick the Dolphins to win at home. It’s a tough game to pick. I’m 4-0 picking Miami games this year, and I will have my final prediction later Friday.
Andy Kent from the Dolphins' team site examined the relationship between Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher and Dolphins guard John Jerry.
Morning take: Oher served as a mentor to Jerry at Ole Miss. Both are now NFL starters as offensive linemen.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald says changes could be coming next year on the Dolphins’ offensive line.
Morning take: As Salguero astutely points out, three of Miami’s five starting offensive linemen are in the final year of their contracts. Their performance as a unit has not been good, and Mike Pouncey and Jonathan Martin are the only two with long contracts.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at key matchups for the Ravens and Dolphins.
Morning take: The one that stands out most to me is Miami’s 10th-ranked run defense and Baltimore’s 28th-ranked rushing offense. With Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce, the Ravens should be much higher and will try to establish their running game this week.