WHEN: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET
WHERE: Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Fla.
TV: CBS (regional)
ANNOUNCERS: Don Criqui, play-by-play; Steve Tasker, analysis
LINE: Bills by 3 1/2
NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins — 28th in total offense, 31st in rushing offense, 24th in passing offense, 6th in total defense, 29th in rushing defense, 1st in passing defense; Bills — 26th in total offense, 19th in rushing offense, 25th in passing offense, 3rd in total defense, tied for 4th in rushing defense, 7th in passing defense.
COACHES: Dolphins, Jim Bates (1st season with team); Bills, Mike Mularkey (1st season)
SERIES RECORD: Dolphins lead 49-31-1; Buffalo holds a 3-1 advantage in the playoffs
LAST MEETING: 2004 at Buffalo; Bills 20, Dolphins 13
INJURIES: Dolphins — LB Tony Bua (quad) and LB Zach Thomas (hamstring) are out; RB Sammy Morris (ribs) is doubtful; G Jeno James (knee) is questionable; S Yeremiah Bell (knee), QB A.J. Feeley (buttocks/finger), FB Rob Konrad (head), K Olindo Mare (calf), RB Travis Minor (concussion), DT Mario Monds (hand), LB Eddie Moore (knee), TE/LS Ed Perry (knee) and G Taylor Whitley (foot) are probable.
Bills — RB Travis Henry (ankle); WR Josh Reed (knee) and CB Troy Vincent (knee) are questionable.
GAME NOTES: A Buffalo victory would make it six years in a row the series resulted in a season sweep. … DE Jason Taylor has more career sacks against Bills QB Drew Bledsoe than any other quarterback. … Bills DE Aaron Schobel has recorded at least one sack in each of his last three games against the Dolphins. … The Dolphins have not allowed a 300-yard passer in their last 25 games, the longest current streak in the NFL.