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Ravens at Dolphins TV schedule, online stream, odds, predictions, live chat for Week 13

The Miami Dolphins host the Baltimore Ravens in Week 13, trying to get back to winning football. Join the discussion throughout the game here. If you have not registered for your free SB Nation account, you can do that here as well.

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The NFL Week 13 schedule is underway, with the Miami Dolphins hosting the Baltimore Ravens this afternoon. Both teams enter this week sporting a disappointing 4-7 record, and both teams will be looking to prove they are better than that record.

The Dolphins opened the season with a 1-3 record over their first four games, leading to the firing of head coach Joe Philbin and defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle. Eight weeks later, offensive coordinator Bill Lazor was let go as the Miami offense continues to be a pass-first, pass-only offense. Will this week, the first with Zac Taylor calling the plays, change something for Miami?

The Ravens have been beat up all season, starting even before the season began. With 17 players on injured reserve, including players like quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Steve Smith, and running back Justin Forsett, nothing Baltimore has done this year has been able to overcome the rash of players getting hurt.

Below you will find everything you need to watch the game. You can also join in a live chat to discuss all the action as it happens.

Ravens at Dolphins
Week 13

Date December 6, 2015 Location Miami Gardens, FL
Time 1pm ET Stadium Sun Life Stadium

CBS (Map via - check them out for full TV listings, BAL vs MIA in orange)

Spread / O/U Dolphins -3.5 / O/U: 43.5
Radio 105.9FM - Miami
940AM - Miami
1140AM (Spanish) - Miami
Dolphins Radio Network
Weather 80°F, Cloudy
Online NFLSundayTicket.TV
NFL GamePass can be used for International viewers to stream the game live; domestic viewers can use the app to watch a replay of the game.
SBN Affiliate Baltimore Beatdown

Prediction Machine:

I already made my prediction for this week's game, assuming that Miami can somehow find a way to overcome another team that has disappointed this season. I've got Miami, with a spark to the offense, coming back to win in the fourth quarter 24-21. Now it's your turn to make a prediction.

SB Nation is tracking the results from each of the NFL blogs this year to see which fan group can put together the best predictions all season long. How well can we pick? How do we stand up against the other blogs? A week after finally getting out of the 32nd and final position, we are right back in the bottom spot thanks to another blowout loss. Can we fix that this week?

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