The Dolphins enter the game with a 4-5 record and are in contention for a playoff spot. So far this season, they have covered in four of their nine games.
The home team is Buffalo, who is a disappointing 3-6 after coming in with high expectations. They also have covered in four of nine games.
Recent history is with Miami. The Dolphins took both games from the Bills last season and have lost just once in their last four road games against Buffalo.
The game is a big one for Miami, too. A win would keep them within at least two games of New England, who they still have to play twice.
Kickoff is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday night.