Game at a glance

The Dolphins have not opened a season 0-2 since 1988, which also was the last time the team finished with a losing record. So there's obviously plenty at stake Sunday night when the Dolphins take on the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Here's a quick look at the matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (0-1) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (0-1)

WHEN: Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET

WHERE: Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, Ohio

TV: ESPN (national)

ANNOUNCERS: Pat Summerall, play-by-play; Joe Theismann and Paul Maguire, analysis; Suzy Kolber, sidelines

LINE: Cincinnati by 5

COACHES: Dolphins, Dave Wannstedt (5th season with team); Bengals, Marvin Lewis (2nd season)

SERIES RECORD: Dolphins lead 13-3

LAST MEETING: 2000 at Cincinnati, Dolphins 31, Bengals 16

INJURIES: Dolphins - FB Rob Konrad (thigh) and RB Travis Minor (ankle) are out; DT Tim Bowens (back), RB Sammy Morris (ankle) and CB Patrick Surtain (groin) are doubtful; CB Reggie Howard (hamstring) and T John St. Clair (ankle) are questionable; KR Lamont Brightful (shoulder), DE Bryan Robinson (hand), DT Dario Romero (ankle) and LB Junior Seau (quad) are probable.

Bengals - T Stacey Andrews (ankle), DT Matthias Askew (knee), CB Greg Brooks (hamstring), S Kim Herring (foot), G/C Larry Moore (knee) and LB Caleb Miller (ankle) are out; S Rogers Beckett (head), C Rich Braham (knee), DE Robert Geathers (ankle), RB Chris Perry (hamstring) and WR Peter Warrick (shin) are questionable; LB Landon Johnson (ankle), CB Deltha O'Neal (ankle) and LB Brian Simmons (knee) are probable.

GAME NOTES: The Dolphins have wno the last nine meetings between the teams since a loss in 1977 ... The Dolphins are 5-0 against Cincinnati in prime-time games ... QB A.J. Feeley will be making his first start for the Dolphins ... This will be Cincinnati's first home game in prime time since 1997 ... Bengals Pro Bowl WR Chad Johnson is a Miami native who attended Miami Beach High School.

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