There are some great stories in this morning’s Florida newspapers, and here are some for you to check out.

Dave Hyde of the Florida Sun-Sentinal has his “5 Key Match-ups” for tonight’s game, and wonders how Cameron Wake and Jason Taylor will fare against Matt Light and rookie right tackle Nate Solder.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post writes that fans should expect the Dolphins to use some element of surprise against New England tonight.

Volin also writes that the hamstring injury to Charles Clay is worse than originally thought, and he won’t play tonight.  There’s also a mention in here about the state of the fans down in Miami that’s also interesting.

Berardino also has a look inside the Dolphins new locker room setup.

Jeff Darlington writes that Miami needs to give their fans something to cheer about tonight.

Jerry Greene of ESPN’s Page 2 writes that ‘it will be a pipe dream’ tonight for the Dolphins.

Andrew Carter of the Sun-Sentinal has an article that was syndicated in the Boston Herald on the fact that the Dolphins Mike Pouncey will have a tough time against Vince Wilfork tonight.

Eric Stoda of the Palm Beach Post has a good feature on Pouncey, who’s trying to live up to his brother, Maurkice’s, success.

Dave Hyde of the Florida Sun-Sentinal has his “5 Key Match-ups” for tonight’s game, and wonders how Cameron Wake and Jason Taylor will fare against Matt Light and rookie right tackle Nate Solder.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post writes that fans should expect the Dolphins to use some element of surprise against New England tonight.

Volin also writes that the hamstring injury to Charles Clay is worse than originally thought, and he won’t play tonight.  There’s also a mention in here about the state of the fans down in Miami that’s also interesting.

Volin also has the “Ultimate Preview” for tonight’s game with a lot of interesting looks at this match-up.

The Miami Herald has an article on Dolphins QB Chad Henne, who has apparently been looking confident recently with new offensive guru Brian Daboll putting everything on his shoulders.

“Brian Daboll puts a lot on my shoulders — puts everything on me,” he told hosts Joe Rose and Kim Bokamper. “He says, ‘If you see something, get us into the right play and make it go. And if it doesn’t work, we’ll come back the next play and make it work.’

“We’re going to spread you out. We’re going to bring you inside. We’re going to hammer the football like we’ve done in the past. There are a lot more options. We’re out there to make a lot of big plays and score a lot of points. It’s definitely an attack offense. Every day before practice, he says, ‘Let it go. Go to your playmakers and see what they can do with it.’ It’s a great philosophy.”

Brian Biggane of the Palm Beach Post writes that Henne’s made improvements, which is why he was named a captain for this season.

The Associated Press has an article on the fact that the Dolphins need to hope for some sort of home field advantage tonight.

Mike Berardino has a video of Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith, who said he knows what must be done tonight for Miami to win.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes that the Dolphins “must protect” their house tonight.

Salguero also writes that the Dolphins “present and future” all hinges on Henne heading into this season.

He also has another article on the relationship between Henne and Brandon Marshall, which apparently initially wasn’t the greatest.

Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald writes that Marshall has been impressed with the fact that Henne has completely taken over the huddle, which he says is something, “you need in a quarterback”.

And finally, Andrew Carter of the Sun-Sentinal wonders who has the edge tonight, the Patriots or the Dolphins?