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Basic facts about Sunday’s Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals game.

Time: 1 p.m.

Television: CBS. That’s WFOR-Channel 4 in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale market and WPEC Channel 12 in the West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce market. Check your cable or satellite provider for where those channels are on your system.

Where: Cincinnati. You can take Florida’s Turnpike and Northwest 27th Avenue/University Drive without worrying about running into Dolphins pregame or postgame traffic.

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