Miami morning take: Disciplined Dolphins

September, 17, 2013
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the web: Morning take: This is a rarity in the NFL, and the Dolphins needed it to pull off a big win. Miami showed discipline and maturity to go on the road and play an efficient game.
  • Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins will try to get more snaps for first-round pick Dion Jordan.
Morning take: Jordan’s role remains a work in progress, and he only played seven snaps in Week 2. His shoulder injury limits some things, and he's currently a backup behind Olivier Vernon.
Morning take: Teams that start 2-0 usually have a strong chance to make the playoffs. It will be up to the Dolphins to continue to improve throughout the season.
  • Barry Stoda of the Palm Beach Post looks ahead to next weekend’s matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.
Morning take: This will be another strong test for Miami, which has its home opener. Atlanta is a team many feel can contend for a Super Bowl. However, the Falcons are banged up.

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