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Dolphins vs Bengals: Time, channel, live stream, and injury report

New England Patriots v Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots v Miami Dolphins

The red-hot Miami Dolphins visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football to kick off Week 4 of the 2022 NFL season.

The Dolphins have won all three of their games this season, beating the New England Patriots, the Baltimore Ravens, and the Buffalo Bills to find themselves 3-0.

The Bengals struggled early in the year, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys before beating the New York Jets in Week 3 to find themselves 1-2.

Rookie head coach Mike McDaniel will be hoping to continue Miami's hot streak against Zac Taylor, who led Cincinnati all the way to the Super Bowl in 2021.


What time is Dolphins vs Bengals?

The game between the Dolphins and Bengals kicks off at 8:15 PM ET on Thursday, 29th September at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati.


What channel is the Dolphins vs Bengals game on?

The game will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video in the USA.

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Dolphins vs Bengals streaming guide

Fans in the USA can stream the game on Amazon Prime Video, or using a free trial of fuboTV.


Dolphins vs Bengals injury report

Miami Dolphins injury report

PlayerPositionInjuryStatus
Terron ArmsteadOTToeDNP
Cethan CarterTEUnspecifiedDNP
Xavien HowardCBGroin / GluteLP
Robert HuntGShinLP
Melvin IngramOLBRestNot listed
Brandon JonesSChestLP
Hunter LongTEAnkleDNP
Tua TagovailoaQBBack / AnkleLP
Jaylen WaddleWRGroinLP
Raekwon DavisDTKneeLP
Kader KohouCBAnkleLP
Zach SielerDEHandLP
Ced WilsonWRRibs / ToeLP

The Miami Dolphins have a lengthy injury report as of Tuesday, as many of their stars face a quick turn around to be fit for TNF.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa seems to have shaken off the concussion issues from their win over the Bills, but was limited on Tuesday with back and ankle injuries. He will be hoping to have Terron Armstead to block for him, and Jaylen Waddle to catch passes from him come Thursday.

Buffalo Bills v Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills v Miami Dolphins

Cincinnati Bengals injury report

PlayerPositionInjuryStatus
La'El CollinsOTBackDNP
D.J. ReaderDTKneeDNP
Drew SampleTEKneeDNP

While the Bengals' injury report isn't nearly as lengthy as the Dolphins', they're likely to be without key defensive stalwart D.J. Reader, who looks like he'll miss multiple weeks with a knee injury.

Outside of the injuries to backup tight end Drew Sample, the other big name on the list is right tackle La'El Collins, who looks unlikely to be fit enough for the quick turnaround for Thursday's clash.

Super Bowl LVI - Cincinnati Bengals Practice
Super Bowl LVI - Cincinnati Bengals Practice

Dolphins vs Bengals head-to-head record

The Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals have faced off 25 times in NFL history, including one postseason game. Miami currently leads the series 18 wins to Cincy's 7, with the most recent clash coming in December 2020, in which Miami ran out 19-7 winners.

Thursday's clash should be an interesting game, with storylines including Burrow vs Tua, who were both drafted in 2020, and Tyreek Hill vs Eli Apple following their Twitter beef after the Bengals' 2021 AFC Championship upset over the Chiefs.

Once Tyreek Hill was informed the Dolphins are playing the Bengals Thursday, he immediately started talking trash to Eli Apple #Bengals #Dolphins "I owe you, boy" https://t.co/FYkTa7c9k8
Tua Tagovailoa wants everyone to know that if Eli Apple is 1v1 with Tyreek Hill, Hill is getting the ball πŸ‘€πŸΏ https://t.co/BeGftMxUl1

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