Game a glance

The Dolphins will be looking to start a new streak of success on opening day when they begin the 2004 season Saturday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans. Here's a quick look at the matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (0-0) vs. Tennessee Titans (0-0)

WHEN: Saturday, 1 p.m. ET

WHERE: Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Fla.

TV: CBS (regional)

ANNOUNCERS: Dan Dierdorf, play-by-play; Todd Blackledge, color

LINE: Tennessee by 2

COACHES: Dolphins, Dave Wannstedt (5th season with team); Titans, Jeff Fisher (10th season)

SERIES RECORD: Dolphins lead 15-13

LAST MEETING: 2003 at Nashville, Titans 31, Dolphins 7

INJURIES: Dolphins - DT Tim Bowens (back) and FB Rob Konrad (thigh) are out; FB Doug Easlick (hamstring), LB Derrick Pope (ankle), DE Bryan Robinson (hand), DT Dario Romero (ankle), LB Junior Seau (quad), CB Patrick Surtain (groin) and LB Zach Thomas (hip) are probable.

Titans - WR Tyrone Calico (knee) and LB Brad Kassell (Achilles) are out; LB Rocky Calmus (back), DE Carlos Hall (ankle), TE Erron Kinney (calf), DE Travis LaBoy (concussion) and WR Jake Schifino (hamstring) are questionable.

GAME NOTES: This is a matchup between the top two teams in the AFC since the 2000 season. Tennessee is first with a .672 winning percentage and the Dolphins are next at .641 ... Titans RB Chris Brown will be making his first NFL start ... Since 1970, the Dolphins are 29-5 in home openers, the best mark in the NFL ... The Dolphins have won five of the past six meetings.

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