Somebody's two-game losing streak is going to end in Week 15 on Sunday, as the Miami Dolphins host their in-state rival Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville is coming off consecutive losses to AFC East teams, falling 34-18 on the road to the Buffalo Bills in Week 13 and 17-10 last Sunday at home to the New York Jets. Miami, on the other hand, just got through a trying two weeks, losing to potential Super Bowl contending teams in the New England Patriots and, last week, the San Francisco 49ers.
Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne will face his old squad in the Dolphins, after the five-year veteran out of Michigan replaced Blaine Gabbert, who was placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. In five games this seasons, Henne has thrown for 1,217 yards, eight touchdowns and five interceptions.
The Dolphins, at 5-8 overall, are likely out of the AFC playoff picture after lingering around it earlier in the regular season. As a whole, though their defense has played well this season. In giving up an average of 21.2 points per game, Miami's defense ranks 12th in the league.
Sunday, Dec. 16, 1 p.m. ET.
Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida.
Game will be televised on CBS.
Jacksonville: WTEV (CBS 47).
Miami: CBS WFOR (CBS 4).
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
For non-DirecTV subscribers, NFL Sunday Ticket is available online through platforms such as a Playstation 3 or tablet devices.
Jaguars: WOKV-AM 690 and FM 106.5.
Dolphins: WBGG-FM 105.9 / WINZ-AM 940.