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Bills vs. Dolphins: How to watch, listen, plus things to know before kickoff
The Bills travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium for a game they must win if they hope to keep their playoff hopes alive. Here are a few things you need to know.
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m.
Where: Hard Rock Stadium
Network TV: CBS, channel 8. Andrew Catalon, play-by-play; James Lofton, analyst.
Satellite radio: Sirius – 133 (Buffalo), 137 (Miami); XM 380 (Buffalo), 227 (Miami).
Bills radio: 96.5 WCMF-FM in Rochester, WGR 550-AM in Buffalo. John Murphy, play-by-play; Mark Kelso, analyst; Sal Capaccio, sideline reporter.
Dolphins radio: KISS 99.5, WQAM 560-AM: Jimmy Cefalo, play-by-play; Bob Griese, analyst; Joe Rose, Kim Bokamper, sideline reporter.
Series history: 104th regular-season meeting. Dolphins lead series 59-43-1. The Bills defeated the Dolphins two weeks ago in Buffalo, 24-16, as they scored three touchdowns in the first half, the first time they had done that since December 2015 in a game against Houston. … The Bills picked off Jay Cutler three times in that game. … Last year, the Dolphins swept the Bills, while in 2015, Buffalo won both games.
Notes: For the first time since the 2004 season, the Bills are alive for the playoffs in Week 17, though their prospects are not great. They have to beat the Dolphins, then hope either the Bengals beat the Ravens, or, both the Titans and Chargers lose their games. All three teams the Bills need to lose are playing at home, while the Bills are on the road. … Tyrod Taylor has played five games against Miami and he has 9 passing touchdowns, 0 interceptions and 2 rushing touchdowns. His career passer rating against the Dolphins is 115.6, and last year, he threw for 329 yards in a loss at home, the only 300-yard passing game of his career. … The Bills defense is holding opposing quarterbacks to a 78.6 passer rating, the sixth-best mark in the league. … The Bills have been outscored by 63 points, the worst among all of the playoff contenders. … Miami RB Kenyan Drake has produced 504 yards from scrimmage in the last four weeks, fourth-most in the NFL. LeSean McCoy is fifth with 501 yards in that span. … Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry is the first player in team history with two seasons of at least 100 receptions. If he gets 105 receiving yards, he will become the first Miami wideout with three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.