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The 2022 Presason is getting ready to start. all 32 teams will see action over the weekend. For the Miami Dolphins, it will be a Saturday night matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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We probably will not see much, if any, of players like quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, cornerback Xavien Howard, or safety Jevon Holland.


This week’s game is more about the players deeper on the roster, trying to prove they are ready to serve in a depth role this season.

We already know from the Buccaneers’ side that quarterback Tom Brady will not play. He was not at practice on Thursday and Tampa Bay head coach Todd Bowles stated Brady will be away from the team for a personal matter for about a week to 10 days.

The line for the game, according to DraftKings Sportsbook, has Miami favored by one point.

Here is everything you need to know to watch today’s game:

Miami Dolphins (0-0) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-0)
2022 Preseason Week 1

  • Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. ET, Aug. 13, 2022

Where is the game?

  • Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

How can I watch the game?

  • CBS in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach,
  • NBC in Fort Myers, Tampa
  • WRDQ-TV/Channel 27 in Orlando
  • KHON-TV/Channel 2 in Hawaii

Who is the broadcast team?

  • Dolphins: Steve Goldstein, Jason Taylor, Kim Bokamper
  • Buccaneers: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, T.J. Rives
  • 7 a.m. ET, Aug. 14 (Buccaneers broadcast)
  • 3 a.m. ET, Aug. 17 (Buccaneers broadcast)

How can I stream the game?

  • FuboTV
  • NFL+ (Out-of-market preseason games will be streamed live. In season, replays of the game will be available.)

How can I listen to the game?

  • Dolphins Radio Network, including WQAM 560 AM, KISS 99.9 FM, and WQBA 1140 AM (Spanish) in Dade/Broward; WUUB 106.3 FM and WEFL 760 AM (Spanish) in West Palm/Treasure Coast; ESPN 580 AM in Orlando; WRXK 96 FM in Ft. Myers; WPSL 1590 AM in Port St. Lucie; WKWF 1600 AM in Key West

Who will broadcast the game on Dolphins radio?

  • Jimmy Cefalo, Joe Rose
  • Spanish broadcast: Roly Martin, Eduardo Martell

Who is the referee for the game?

  • Brad Rogers

What are the current betting odds?

  • Dolphins -1
  • O/U: 31.5
  • Odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook

What will the weather be like for the game?

  • Cloudy, 75°F degrees

Who has the all-time head-to-head advantage?

  • Buccaneers 7-5 (regular season)
  • Dolphins 17-15 (preseason)

Who won most recently?

  • Buccaneers 45-17 at Tampa Bay (Regular Season Week 5, 2021)

What are the coaches’ regular season records against the other team?

  • Buccaneers’ Todd Bowles (3-5 as Jets head coach) vs. Dolphins
  • Dolphins’ Mike McDaniel (0-0) vs. Buccaneers
  • Bowles was 2-1 as the Dolphins’ interim head coach in 2011

Where can I get more Buccaneers news?

  • Bucs Nation
  • Twitter: @Bucs_Nation

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The Patriots headed south on Tuesday and will spend the rest of the week practicing and preparing in South Florida in conditions that will be much closer to what they’ll see on game day.

According to the Weather Channel, the high temperatures in Miami are expected to hover around 90 every day for the remainder of the week, with the normal accompanying humidity and occasional thunderstorms. The temperature at Hard Rock Stadium at 1 p.m.

Sunday is projected to be 89 degrees.

“It’ll give us a good chance just to focus on the opening game and get acclimated to the conditions, whatever they end up being down there,” Belichick said.

Mac Jones, a native of Jacksonville in northern Florida, liked arriving early.

“I think it’s good. It’s just getting used to your environment,” he told WEEI. “Obviously with flying, it’s nice to get there early and your body can rest a little bit. We just have our normal week. Nothing really changes. It’s good that we go down early.”

Weather aside, Belichick was looking forward to seeing what playing actual games told him about his team.

“As you play games and compete against other teams in this league, you see where your strengths are and where teams are trying to attack you and how you’re holding up in those areas,” he said. “Looking forward and seeing our guys compete and develop. Should be a good test for us.”

The Miami Dolphins are set to play host to the New England Patriots in the regular season opener on Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium.

McDaniel’s new offensive scheme,

the arrival of new offensive weapons and an improved offensive line should help take the Dolphins’ offense to a higher level. And, with nothing really changing for their defense, the only question there will be how they deal with the loss of Brian Flores as a defensive mind.

For New England, they’re headed into 2022 implementing aspects of a new offense after the departure of longtime offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who left to coach the Las Vegas Raiders.

Add in the fact that their best defensive player in cornerback J.C. Jackson and Bill Belichick’s team has a lot of questions to face.

Here’s how to watch:

Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots

Sunday, Sept. 11, 1:00 p.m. ET

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Television channel(s):



Greg Gumbel (play-by-play)

Adam Archuleta (color commentary)


AM 560 The Joe WQAM

Kiss 99.9 FM

Betting odds (Per Tipico Sportsbook):

  • Money line: Dolphins -175 (bet $175 to win $100) Patriots +150 (bet $100 to win $150)
  • Against the spread (ATS): Dolphins -3.5 (-103) Patriots +3.5 (-117)
  • Over/Under (O/U): 46.5 (O: -112 U: -108)


90 degrees and scattered thunderstorms.

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