Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes about the Dolphins’ pass-heavy offense.
Morning take: The Dolphins are a team that abandons the run quicker than most. That’s been the case in many of Miami’s key losses.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins' team site updates the team's latest injuries.
Morning take: Backup running back Daniel Thomas (ankle) is the big question mark. He’s trying to tough it out but didn’t look ready in a loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill looks healthy following a knee injury.
Morning take: Despite being knocked out of the Buffalo game temporarily, it appears Tannehill will make all 16 starts this season. His toughness should be applauded after getting sacked a franchise-high 58 times.
CBSSports.com previews the Dolphins against the New York Jets.
Morning take: This will not be the walk in the park some Dolphins fans expect. New York will be playing for its head coach -- Rex Ryan -- and will be out for revenge after losing to the Dolphins on Dec. 1.