Ravens vs Dolphins NFL Week 5: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, odds and more

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For just the second time this season, the Miami Dolphins will be playing in Sun Life Stadium as they host the Baltimore Ravens. We have everything you need to know, including game time, how to watch on TV, listen on radio, stream online, game odds, the announcers for the game, and lots more. If you want to join in the discussion, including during our live thread for the game, make sure you sign up for your free SB Nation account.

It's been a short week, with the Miami Dolphins coming off Monday Night Football last week, and getting ready for their Week 5 contest with the Baltimore Ravens.  Both teams are looking to rebound after rough Week 4 performances.

The Dolphins are three point favorites for the game.

So, how can you watch the game? Of course we have your answer. Here's all the pertinent information about today's contest:

Game Time: 1:00pm ET

Location: Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

TV: CBS - The game will be aired throughout Florida, except in the Orlando and Jacksonville markets.  It will also be seen throughout most of Virginia and Maryland, as well as the Philadelphia market, and, oddly, the Abilene, Texas market.

Week 5 TV Coverage Map: 506 Sports

TV Announcers: Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

Radio: Big 105.9FM / AM 940-WINZ (Streamed live on Dolphins.com and through the Dolphins iPhone and Android apps)

Radio Announcers: Jimmy Cefalo, Joe Rose, Bob Griese

Online Streaming: Audio Pass (Various subscription packages - live coverage) | NFL Rewind (Various subscription packages - on demand coverage after game)

Odds: Dolphins by 3 | Over/Under: 43

Ravens Injuries: Doubtful: Defensive tackle Terrence Cody (knee), center Ryan Jensen (foot); Questionable: linebacker Arthur Brown (shoulder), wide receiver Marlon Brown (thigh), running back Shaun Draughn (ankle), wide receiver Jacoby Jones (knee), linebacker Albert McClellan (shoulder), defensive tackle Marcus Spears (knee), wide receiver Brandon Stokely (thigh), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (concussion), cornerback LarDarius Webb (thigh)

Dolphins Injuries: Out: cornerback Dimitri Patterson; Questionable: wide receiver Brandon Gibson (ankle), safety Don Jones (elbow), linebacker Jason Trusnik (rib), defensive end Cameron Wake (knee); Probable: cornerback Nolan Carroll (ankle), safety Chris Clemons (glute), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (knee), linebacker Koa Misi (shoulder), linebacker Jonathan Freeny (shoulder), defensive tackle Paul Soliai (knee)

Last time they played: Ravens 26-10 at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, in Week 9 of the 2010 season

All Time Regular Season Head-to-Head: Series tied 5-5

Recent Streak: Ravens won last three

Ravens Blog site: Baltimore Beat Down

Dolphins' Last Game: Week 4: at New Orleans Saints, 38-17 Saints win

Dolphins' Upcoming Schedule: Week 6: Bye; Week 7: vs Buffalo Bills (10/20); Week 8: at New England Patriots (10/27); Week 9 vs Cincinnati Bengals (10/31 - TNF)

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