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Game time: Fast facts, odds, injury report and key info for Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens

DOLPHINS (1-0) at RAVENS (1-0)

Kickoff: 1 p.m., Sunday, M&T Bank Stadium

TV: CBS (Chs. 4 in Miami-Dade, Broward; 12 in Palm Beach); RADIO: WQAM (560 AM), KISS (99.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish)

Coaches: The Dolphins’ Mike McDaniel is 1-0 in his first season as a head coach; John Harbaugh, including playoffs, is 149-96 in his 15th head coaching season overall and leading the Ravens.

Series: The Dolphins trail the all-time series with the Ravens 10-7, including playoffs. Miami won its last meeting with Baltimore, in 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium, but is 2-8 in the teams’ past 10 pairings. The Dolphins last won in Baltimore in 1997, a four-game road losing streak to the Ravens.

Weather: 84 degrees, 0 percent chance of precipitation.

Line: The Dolphins are a 3 1/2-point underdog; the over/under is 44.

Injuries: Dolphins — Out: TE Cethan Carter (concussion); Questionable: OT Terron Armstead (toe), DT Christian Wilkins (back), WR Cedrick Wilson Jr. (toe), RB Salvon Ahmed (heel), TE Hunter Long (ankle); Reserve/PUP: Byron Jones (lower leg); Injured reserve: OT Austin Jackson (ankle), CB Trill Williams (knee), TE Adam Shaheen (knee), S Clayton Fejedelem, LB Calvin Munson, FB John Lovett; Ravens — Doubtful: OT Ronnie Stanley (ankle), WR James Proche II (groin); Questionable: CB Marlon Humphrey (groin), RB J.K. Dobbins (knee), CB Marcus Peters (knee), FB Patrick Ricard (calf), DT Travis Jones (knee), DB Brandon Stephens (quadriceps); Injured reserve: CB Kyle Fuller (knee), OT Ja’Wuan James (Achilles), LB Vince Biegel (Achilles) among six players on IR.

Noteworthy: After a 20-7 win over the New England Patriots in their opener, the Dolphins go on the road for the first time in 2022. …

Although topping the Ravens 22-10 last season at home, Miami has had its recent difficulties in Baltimore and against the Ravens overall. Their three prior meetings were losses by a combined 122 points. Two of the Dolphins’ past three playoff games were losses to the Ravens (2008 wild card, 2001 wild card). …

With a win, McDaniel would become just the second Dolphins coach to start his tenure 2-0 (Jimmy Johnson, 1996). …

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, a Pompano Beach native and Boynton Beach High grad, looks for a bounce-back performance against the Dolphins after their blitz-heavy approach held him and the Baltimore offense to just one touchdown in last year’s Thursday night upset. Jackson was 26 of 43 for 238 yards, a touchdown, an interception and 39 rushing yards after, in his first meeting with his hometown team, he threw for five touchdowns in a 59-10 Baltimore win.


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