The Miami Dolphins will look to turn a short week into a winning streak as they come off their Week 3 overtime win over the Cleveland Browns into a Thursday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Can the Dolphins sweep the “Ohio Series” that was on their schedule this year?
This game is a nationally televised game, airing on NFL Network. This is also a “Color Rush” game for the NFL, which will have Miami wearing an all-orange uniform, both jersey and pants. The Bengals, meanwhile, will be in all white.
The Dolphins are 1-2 on the year, having lost their first two games, both on the road against 2015 playoff teams. They pick up that trend again this week, heading to Cincinnati, after the one-week return to Miami where they opened Hard Rock Stadium.
Everything you need to know to watch the game is below, including the local air channel for Miami:
Miami Dolphins (1-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-2)
Thursday, September 29
Game time: 8:30pm pm ET
Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
Weather: 62˚F, Cloudy
TV Coverage: NFL Network (WFOR/CH4 in Miami)
TV Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
Radio Network: Full Miami Dolphins Radio Network stations
Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile App (Twitter will not be streaming this game); NFL GamePass will allow you to stream on-demand replays of the regular season games after it is over.
Odds: Bengals -7 | O/U: 41.5
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All-time Head-to-Head: 15-5 (Regular season)
Last Matchup: Dolphins 22-20 @ Miami (Week 9, 2013)
Current Streak: Dolphins 3 wins (2013, 2012, 2010)
Dolphins 2016 schedule:
Week 1 (Sep 11) - @ Seattle Seahawks - L 12-10
Week 2 (Sep 18) - @ New England Patriots - L 31-24