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The Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings will culminate their respective preseason schedules tonight with a showdown in Minneapolis. This week’s game will be all about the reserve and younger players, with the starters likely to make a cameo appearance at best. Teams typically do not want to see their top players risk injury just ten days before the start of the regular season.

The Dolphins have plenty of answers that they need to find tonight, including depth at running back, offensive line, and linebacker. They also need to figure out who will be the starting left guard, as well as the starting cornerback opposite Xavien Howard. Tonight could be a big night for several roster bubble players, and it should be entertaining, even if it is not the best football.

Below, you will find everything you need for watching the game, as well as a Twitter timeline to keep up with updates if you cannot catch the game live. Finally, feel free to jump into the comments at the bottom of the page to talk with fellow fans throughout the contest.

Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings
Preseason Week 4
August 31, 2017

Game time: 8pm ET

Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Weather: Dome (with doors) - 70˚F

Florida Local Markets: CBS (Miami, West Palm Beach); NBC (Fort Myers); ABC (Orlando)

Minnesota Local Markets: KMSP-9 (Twin Cities); ABC (Duluth, Sioux Falls, Omaha); Fox (Mankato, Fargo, Sioux City); CBS (Cedar Rapids, La Crosse); CW (Rochester, Quad Cities)

TV Announcers: Dick Stockton, Bob Griese, Nat Moore (Miami Broadcast); Paul Allen, Pete Bercich (Minnesota Broadcast)

TV Replays: NFL Network will air all of the preseason games, even if they are not live. The Dolphins at Vikings will be replayed Friday at 10am . You can check out the full schedule here.

Radio Network: Full Miami Dolphins Radio Network stations

Online streaming: NFL Game Pass; It’s a subscription service and will cost you $99, but you get all of the preseason games streamed live, then throughout the season you will get replays of all of the games, including the All-22 coach’s film. There is a seven-day trial, but make sure you remember to cancel it if you don’t plan on paying for the service.