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Game time: Fast facts, odds, injury report and key info for Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers

DOLPHINS (8-3) at 49ERS (7-4)

Kickoff: 4:05 p.m., Sunday, Levi’s Stadium

TV: Fox (Chs. 7 in Miami-Dade, Broward; 29 in Palm Beach); RADIO: WQAM (560 AM), KISS (99.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish)

Coaches: The Dolphins’ Mike McDaniel is 8-3 in his first season as a head coach; Kyle Shanahan is 50-48, including playoffs, in his sixth head coaching season overall and with the 49ers.

Series: The Dolphins lead the all-time series with the 49ers, 8-6, including Super Bowl 19, and have won four of the last five meetings.

Weather: 59 degrees, 68 percent humidity, 7 mph winds, 18 percent chance of precipitation.

Line: The Dolphins are an 4-point underdogs; the over/under is 46 1/2.

Injuries: Dolphins — Out: OL Austin Jackson (ankle); Doubtful: OT Terron Armstead (pectoral/toe); Questionable: QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee), RB Myles Gaskin (shoulder/ankle); Reserve/PUP list: CB Byron Jones (lower leg); Injured reserve: DE Emmanuel Ogbah (triceps), S Brandon Jones (knee), OL Liam Eichenberg (knee), CB Nik Needham (Achilles), DE Trey Flowers (foot), TE Cethan Carter (concussion), CB Trill Williams (knee), TE Adam Shaheen (knee), FB John Lovett; 49ers — Out: RB Elijah Mitchell (knee); Questionable: OT Trent Williams (back), WR Deebo Samuel (quadriceps), OL Spencer Buford (ankle), DL Charles Omenihu (knee); Injured reserve: QB Trey Lance (ankle) among six players on IR.

Noteworthy: The Dolphins put their five-game winning streak on the line against a 49ers team that has won four straight. …

McDaniel goes against Shanahan, his longtime mentor. The two have been on the same coaching staffs for 14 seasons, including the last five with Shanahan as head coach in San Francisco and McDaniel his offensive coordinator last season and run-game coordinator before that. …

The Dolphins will likely play without both starting tackles as they face the 49ers’ top-ranked run defense, top-ranked total defense and St. Thomas Aquinas High product Nick Bosa and his 11 1/2 sacks. …

San Francisco also has injury concerns of its own with tackle Trent Williams and wide receiver Trent Williams questionable — Williams after leaving Friday’s practice with back spasms. …

Miami will stay out west following the game for a week of practice in California ahead of the following Sunday night game at the Los Angeles Chargers.


Source: Berkshire mont

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