Game at a glance

A little less than 20 years after they met in Super Bowl XIX, the Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers face off while both are in the midst of an utterly forgettable season. Here's a glance at the Dolphins-49ers matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (1-9) vs. San Francisco 49ers (1-9)

WHEN: Sunday, 4:15 p.m. ET

WHERE: Monster Park, San Francisco, Calif.

TV: CBS (regional)

LINE: Off the board

NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins — 27th in total offense, 30th in rushing offense, 23rd in passing offense, 7th in total defense, 30th in rushing defense, 1st in passing defense; 49ers — 22nd in total offense, 29th in rushing offense, 13th in passing offense, 21st in total defense, 21st in rushing defense, 19th in passing defense.

COACHES: Dolphins, Jim Bates (1st season with team); 49ers, Dennis Erickson (2nd season)

SERIES RECORD: 49ers lead 5-4; San Francisco holds a 1-0 advantage in the playoffs

LAST MEETING: 2001 at San Francisco; 49ers 21, Dolphins

INJURIES: Dolphins — LB Tony Bua (quad) is out; G Jeno James (knee), RB Sammy Morris (ribs) and LB Zach Thomas (hamstring) are doubtful; QB A.J. Feeley (back/buttocks), FB Rob Konrad (concussion) and K Olindo Mare (right calf) are questionable; S Yeremiah Bell (knee), WR Marty Booker (ankle), T Damion McIntosh (ankle), RB Travis Minor (ankle), DT Mario Monds (hand), T John St. Clair (ankle), DE Jason Taylor (illness), G Taylor Whitley (foot) and CB Jimmy Wyrick (trapezius) are probable.

49ers — C Jeremy Newberry (back/knee) and CB Ahmed Plummer (neck) are out; LB Ray Wells (ankle) and CB Jimmy Williams (toe) are doubtful.

GAME NOTES: The 49ers have won the last five meetings, including a 38-16 in Super Bowl XIX, after the Dolphins took the first four. ... The Dolphins are 28-12 in their history against the four teams currently in the NFC West (Arizona, St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle). ... The Dolphins have not allowed a 300-yard passer in their last 24 games, the longest current streak in the NFL.


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