How to watch Dolphins vs. Texans online, TV schedule, radio and more

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A pair of AFC hopefuls get on the field looking to improve before the real show gets underway.

The Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins will clash in Week 2 of the preseason on Saturday at Reliant Stadium, with both teams looking to continue their recent success.

Miami lost its preseason opener to the Dallas Cowboys in the Hall of Fame Game before rebounding to trounce the Jacksonville Jaguars, 27-3, last week. Ryan Tannehill look solid, completing 5-of-9 passes for 75 yards and a touchdown. Newly acquired tight end Dustin Keller also made a good impression, hauling in two catches for 46 yards along with a score.

Houston, on the other hand, beat the Minnesota Vikings at Mall of America Field, 27-13. The star of the game for the Texans was first-round pick wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. The former Clemson star caught four passes for 52 yards, including a beautiful leaping grab for a touchdown.

Date and Time: Saturday, Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. ET

TV: Houston - KTRK 13 ABC; Miami - WFOR 4 CBS

Radio: Houston - KILT 610 AM; Miami - BIG 105.9 FM and 940-WINZ

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