Dolphins (5-5) at Colts (5-5)
Kickoff: Sunday, 4:25 p.m.; Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
TV: CBS (Ch: 4 in Miami-Dade/Broward; Ch: 12 in Palm Beach); Radio: 560-AM, 99.9-FM,
Coaches: Miami’s Adam Gase (21-21 in three years with Dolphins); Indianapolis’ Frank Reich (5-5 in first season with Colts)
Series: The Dolphins lead the regular-season series 47-26. Betting Line: Dolphins +7.5
Key injuries: Dolphins — Questionable: RT Ja’Wuan James (knee), WR DeVante Parker (shoulder), WR Danny Amendola (hamstring), S T.J. McDonald (knee), DT Davon Godchaux (shin), LG Ted Larsen (neck), TE A.J. Derby (ankle/foot); Colts — Out: TE Ryan Hewitt (ankle), C Ryan Kelly (knee), TE Erik Swoope (knee), Questionable: TE Mo Alie-Cox (calf)
Noteworthy: The Dolphins and Colts are two of five teams with 5-5 records in the AFC playoff mix. Both teams are behind Baltimore and Cincinnati, but ahead of Tennessee. … The Dolphins enter the game a month away from scoring their last offensive touchdown, which came against the Houston Texans on Oct. 25. … The Colts are second in the NFL, scoring 29 touchdowns this season, just eight behind the Kansas City Chiefs. Miami ranks 19th with 16 touchdowns this season, including just eight in the red zone. … The Colts won the last matchup between both teams in 2015, behind two touchdowns from current Dolphins running back Frank Gore. … Colts quarterback Andrew Luck drew for 433 yards with two touchdowns during his first game against the Dolphins as a rookie in 2012. But Ryan Tannehill scored a victory during their last matchup in Indianapolis in 2013.