The Miami Dolphins host the Los Angeles Chargers in a Week 4 contest featuring a west coast team flying across the country for a 1pm ET kickoff. That typically causes some issues for the visiting team, an advantage the Dolphins can hopefully use this week.
Miami is still looking for their first win, and to get rid of the stigma that seems a favorite talking point of late: Could the Dolphins be the worst team in NFL history? They played better for the first half against the Dallas Cowboys last week and will now need to turn it into a full-game performance if they want to upset the Chargers - a team that has historically struggled in Miami.
The Dolphins will once again have Josh Rosen under center to open the game, the second week he has held the starting position after Ryan Fitzpatrick started the first two games. Los Angeles, meanwhile, could see the season debut of running back Melvin Gordon, who ended his holdout this week and reported back to the team.
Everything you need to know for Sunday’s game is below;
Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) at Miami Dolphins (0-3)
September 29, 2019
When is the game?
- Kickoff is at 1pm ET on September 29
Where is the game?
- Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
How can I watch the game?
- CBS through south Florida and southern California
- Map via 506Sports.com; Chargers at Dolphins in orange
Who is the broadcast team?
- Tom McCarthy, Jay Feely
How can I stream the game?
How can I listen to the game?
Who is the radio broadcast team?
- Dick Stockton, Bob Griese, Jason Taylor, Kim Bokamper
Who was on the injury report?
- Dolphins out: wide receiver Allen Hurns (concussion); cornerback Jomal Wiltz (groin)
- Dolphins questionable: guard/tackle Jesse Davis (elbow); linebacker Trent Harris (foot); safety Reshad Jones (ankle); safety Bobby McCain (hamstring/shoulder); wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip/calf)
- Chargers out: tight end Virgil Green (groin); tight end Hunter Henry (knee); wide receiver Mike Williams (back); running back Justin Jackson (calf); kicker Michael Badgley (right groin)
- Chargers doubtful: wide receiver Travis Benjami (hip)
- Chargers questionable: cornerback Casey Hayward (back); linebacker Drue Tranquill (ankle)
What are the current betting odds?
- Chargers -15
- Over/Under: 44
What will the weather be like for the game?
- Mostly cloudy, 88°F
Who has the all-time head-to-head advantage?
- Regular Season: Dolphins 16-13
Who won most recently?
- Dolphins won 19-17 in Week 2, 2017 in Los Angeles
- Chargers have won four of the last five, and the Dolphins have won every game (8-0) in Miami since losing the Epic in Miami in January 1982.
Where can I get more Chargers news?