How to Watch Dolphins vs. Giants: Time, TV Channel and Live Stream – Week 5
One of the best pass-catchers in the league will be on display when Tyreek Hill and the Miami Dolphins host the New York Giants on Sunday, October 8, 2023.
The Dolphins rank 26th in total defense this season (374.5 yards allowed per game), but they’ve been shining on offense, ranking best in the NFL with 511 total yards per game. The Giants rank second-worst in total yards per game (252), but they’ve been more effective defensively, ranking 19th in the NFL with 341.5 total yards allowed per contest.
See more info below, including how to watch this game on TV.
How to Watch Dolphins vs. Giants
- When: Sunday, October 8, 2023 at 1:00 PM ET
- Where: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida
- Online: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
What to Know
Dolphins vs. Giants: Head-to-Head
- In the past five meetings, New York holds a 4-1 record against Miami.
- New York has outpaced Miami 110 points to 94 in the past five games.
Dolphins’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||at Los Angeles||W 36-34||CBS|
|9/17/2023||at New England||W 24-17||NBC|
|10/1/2023||at Buffalo||L 48-20||CBS|
|11/5/2023||at Kansas City||–||NFL Network|
|11/24/2023||at New York||–||Amazon Prime Video|
Dolphins Stats & Insights
- On the offensive side of the ball, the Dolphins have been a top-five unit, ranking best in the NFL by averaging 511 yards per game. They rank 26th on defense (374.5 yards allowed per game).
- Offensively, Miami has been a top-five unit in terms of passing yards, ranking best in the NFL by compiling 334.3 per game. The Dolphins rank 25th on defense (251 passing yards allowed per game).
- The Dolphins sport the 21st-ranked defense this year in terms of rushing yards (123.5 rushing yards allowed per game), and they’ve been more effective offensively, ranking best with 176.8 rushing yards per game.
- Miami has forced five total turnovers (12th in NFL) this season and have turned it over five times (13th in NFL) for an even turnover margin, 15th-ranked in the NFL.
Dolphins Key Players
- In addition to his 1,306 passing yards and 71.3% completion percentage this year, Tua Tagovailoa has tallied nine touchdowns against three interceptions.
- Raheem Mostert has compiled 249 rushing yards (5.2 yards per carry) and six touchdowns in four games for the Dolphins.
- As part of the Dolphins’ offense, Hill has caught 28 balls on 40 targets for 470 yards and four touchdowns.
Giants’ 2023 Schedule
|9/17/2023||at Arizona||W 31-28||FOX|
|9/21/2023||at San Francisco||L 30-12||Amazon Prime Video|
|11/5/2023||at Las Vegas||–||FOX|
|12/17/2023||at New Orleans||–||FOX|
Giants Stats & Insights
- The Giants’ offense has been a bottom-five unit in total offense this season, posting 252 total yards per game, which ranks second-worst in the NFL. On defense, they rank 19th with 341.5 total yards allowed per contest.
- New York’s passing offense has been bottom-five this season, generating 158 passing yards per game, which ranks third-worst in the NFL. Defensively, it ranks 15th with 207.8 passing yards ceded per contest.
- The Giants rank 22nd in the NFL with 94 rushing yards per contest on offense, and they rank 25th with 133.8 rushing yards given up per game on the defensive side of the ball.
- New York has fared poorly in terms of turnovers, as its turnover margin of -8 is third-worst in the NFL.
Giants Key Players
- In four games, Daniel Jones has passed for 765 yards (191.3 per game), with two touchdowns and six interceptions, and a completion percentage of 68.7%.
- On the ground, Saquon Barkley has scored one touchdown and picked up 114 yards (57 per game).
- Matt Breida has run for 61 yards (15.3 per game) and one touchdown in four games.