Game at a glance

The Dolphins will be going after their first division victory of the season Sunday when they take on the Buffalo Bills. Here's a quick look at the matchup.

WHO: Miami Dolphins (4-7) vs. Buffalo Bills (4-7)

WHEN: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

WHERE: Dolphins Stadium; Miami, Fla.

TV: CBS

ANNOUNCERS: Don Criqui, play-by-play; Steve Beuerlein, analysis

LINE: Miami by 4

NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins -- 19th in total offense, tied for 13th in rushing offense, 19th in passing offense, 19th in total defense, 24th in rushing defense, 14th in passing defense; Bills -- 30th in total offense, 17th in rushing offense, 29th in passing offense, 18th in total defense, 31st in rushing defense, 5th in passing defense.

COACHES: Dolphins, Nick Saban (1st season with team); Bills, Mike Mularkey (2nd season)

SERIES RECORD: Miami leads 49-33-1, but Buffalo is 3-1 in the playoffs

LAST MEETING: 2005 at Buffalo; Bills 20, Dolphins 14

DOLPHINS INJURIES: LB Zach Thomas (shoulder/ankle) is doubtful; WR Marty Booker (calf), DE David Bowens (ankle/hamstring), G Rex Hadnot (knee) and DE Matt Roth (ankle) are questionable; T Anthony Alabi (elbow) and DE Jason Taylor (systemic illness) are probable.

BILLS INJURIES: TE Mark Campbell (hamstring), CB Terrence McGee (hamstring), S Lawyer Milloy (hamstring) and T Mike Williams (chest) are questionable.

GAME NOTES: RB Ricky Williams has rushed for 100 yards or more in his last three games against the Bills. ... Williams did not play in the first meeting this season as he was serving the last game of his four-game suspension. ... DE Jason Taylor has 15 sacks in 16 career games against Buffalo. ... Five of Buffalo WR Eric Moulds' 15 career receptions of 50 yards or more have come against the Dolphins. ... This series has ended in a sweep each of the last six years.


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