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Jaguars at Dolphins: Where to Watch, How to Watch, and What to Watch

Looking to snap a two game losing streak, the Miami Dolphins welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars to Sun Life Stadium today. Here's all the television and radio information, plus more to get you ready for the game.


After tough losses to the New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers, the Miami Dolphins look to end their two game losing streak this week against the Jacksonville Jaguars. How can you watch the all Florida match up? Of course, we have all the information you need.

First, the pertinent data for the game:

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern
Announcers - Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

The all AFC-Florida matchup this week will be seen, well, in Florida. All of Eastern time zone Florida, minus the Tampa market, will get the game, with the Dothan, Alabama and Albany and Savannah, Georgia markets joining in. For the rest of the country, it's NFL Sunday Ticket this week.

Related: (NFL on CBS Florida Coverage Map)

The NFL Sunday Ticket will be on DirecTV channel 711.

For our international fans, we can help you with a little bit of information about the games you will get this week.:


Time (Eastern) Game Channel Markets
1:00 Broncos at Ravens CTV National
1:00 Vikings at Rams CTV Winnipeg
1:00 Giants at Falcons TSN2 National
1:00 Packers at Bears RDS National
4:00 Seahawks vs Bills (in Toronto) CityTV, SN SN: East
4:25 Steelers at Cowboys SN, RDS SN: Ontario, West, Pacific
8:30 49ers at Patriots TSN, RDS National

United Kingdom:

Time (Western European) Game Channel Markets
18:00 Packers at Bears SkySports UK
21:25 Steelers at Cowboys SkySports UK
01:20 (Monday) 49ers at Patriots Channel 4 UK


Time (Central European) Game Channel Markets
19:00 Packers at Bears ESPN America Germany
22:00 Steelers at Cowboys ESPN America Germany
02:15 (Monday) 49ers at Patriots ESPN America Germany


Time (Eastern-Sydney) Game Channel Markets
5:00am (Monday) Packers at Bears Fox Sports Australia
8:00am (Monday) Steelers at Cowboys Fox Sports Australia
8:05am (Monday) Lions at Cardinals One HD Australia
12:20pm (Monday) 49ers at Patriots ESPN Australia / One HD Australia


Time (CET; Iraq/Kuwait; Afghanistan; Korea) Game Channel Markets
1900 / 2100 / 2230 / 0300 (Mon) Packers at Bears Prime Pacific AFN
1900 / 2100 / 2230 / 0300 (Mon) Giants at Falcons Prime Atlantic AFN
1900 / 2100 / 2230 / 0300 (Mon) Broncos at Ravens Sports AFN
1900 / 2100 / 2230 / 0300 (Mon) Colts at Texans Xtra AFN
2200 / 2400 / 0130 (Mon) / 0600 (Mon) Seahawks at Bills Prime Atlantic AFN
2200 / 2400 / 0130 (Mon) / 0600 (Mon) Steelers at Cowboys Sports AFN
2200 / 2400 / 0130 (Mon) / 0600 (Mon) Panthers at Chargers Xtra AFN
0230 (Mon) / 0430 (Mon) / 0600 (Mon) / 1030 (Mon) 49ers at Patriots Sports AFN

If you want to catch the radio broadcast, with Jimmy Cefalo, Joe Rose, and Bob Griese, it will be on BIG 105.9 FM in the Miami area, and across the Miami Dolphins Radio Network throughout Florida. You can also listen to the game on



  • Out: RB Rashad Jennings, RB Maurice Jones-Drew
  • Probable: WR Cecil Shorts III


  • Out: WR Davone Bess, LB Koa Misi
  • Probable: LB Karlos Dansby, P Brandon Fields, WR Brian Hartline, DT Randy Starks, S Jimmy Wilson

Related: Full Injury Report


1. Chad Henne Returns to Miami - The last high visibility former Miami Dolphin to return to Sun Life Stadium with a new team ended up running around the field after the game celebrating the New York Jets win over the Dolphins. Will quarterback Chad Henne be looking for that same vindication and follow in Tony Sparano's footsteps? How "The Robot" handles the emotions of playing the team the drafted him back in 2008 could go a long way to deciding the game.

2. Dolphins Pass Rush - Cameron Wake outplayed the NFL's sacks leader Aldon Smith last week in the Dolphins' loss to the 49ers. Will Wake have an even bigger day against a Jacksonville team that has allowed 40 sacks on the year, fourth most in the league? Will Jared Odrick, Olivier Vernon, Derrick Shelby, Randy Starks, and Paul Soliai get in on the act as well? The Miami secondary knows what to expect from Henne, especially if he has time to rocket some passes into small windows. It's going to be up to the pass rush to make sure he doesn't have time to make those passes.

Related: Kdog92's What to Watch For