STREAKS: Dolphins have won four straight; Titans lost their last game
WHEN: Saturday, 1 p.m. ET
WHERE: Dolphins Stadium; Miami, Fla.
ANNOUNCERS: Don Criqui, play-by-play; Steve Beuerlein, analysis
LINE: Miami by 5 1/2
NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins -- 16th in total offense, 16th in rushing offense, 15th in passing offense, 26th in total defense, 20th in rushing defense, 23rd in passing defense; Titans -- 13th in total offense, 23rd in rushing offense, 7th in passing offense, 18th in total defense, 17th in rushing defense, 18th in passing defense.
COACHES: Dolphins, Nick Saban (1st season with team); Titans, Jeff Fisher (11th full season)
SERIES RECORD: The Dolphins lead 15-14, but the Titans won the only playoff meeting (17-9 in the 1978 wild-card round when they were the Houston Oilers
LAST MEETING: 2004 at Miami; Titans 17, Dolphins 7
TITANS INJURIES: WR Drew Bennett (knee), RB Chris Brown (shoulder), RB Travis Henry (ankle), TE Erron Kinney (knee), RB Jarrett Payton (back), G Zach Piller (shoulder), LB Robert Reynolds (ankle) and CB Andre Woolfolk (ankle) are questionable.
GAME NOTES: WR Chris Chambers needs 8 yards to become the first Dolphins player with 1,000 yards receiving since Tony Martin in 1989. ... QB Gus Frerotte is expected to start despite re-injuring his right index finger in last Sunday's victory over the Jets. ... RB Ronnie Brown isn't considered likely to play and Ricky Williams to start in his place. ... A victory would give the Dolphins their first five-game winning streak since 1999. ... The Dolphins need five sacks to tie the franchise record of 49, set in 1983.