NFL 2017 Week 2: Dolphins vs Ravens Live Stream, Start time, TV Channel and How to Watch Online
NFL Preseason 2017 moves in week 2, Thursday, August 17 first game of the day is between Miami Dolphins vs Baltimore Ravens will take place at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida. Here is all you need to know about Ravens vs Dolphins game and how to watch NFL Preseason online.
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Team: Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins
Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.
When: 7 p.m. ET, Thursday, August 17
Live Stream: live2watchtv (Free) & NFL Game Pass (Paid)
TV Channel: WBAL, WJLA (NBC)
Radio: WBAL Radio, 98Rock
csnmidatlantic.com: It’s one down, three to go for the Baltimore Ravens, who opened the preseason schedule with a dominant 23-3 win over Beltway rival Washington Redskins.
During the preseason opener, the Ravens put up 267 net yards with quarterback Josh Woodrum leading the way, throwing for 85 yards and completing all four of his passes.
But that was in front of a home crowd jazzed about seeing Baltimore back on the field. For Week 2, the Ravens are headed down to Miami to take on the Dolphins, who are prepping their new quarterback, Jay Cutler.
bleacherreport.com: Jay Cutler to Make Dolphins Debut vs. Ravens, Per Adam Gase.
Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase announced on Tuesday that recently signed quarterback Jay Cutler will make his preseason debut on Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens, according to James Walker of ESPN.com.
Cutler came out of retirement and signed a one-year, $10 million deal with the Dolphins after starter Ryan Tannehill was placed on injured reserve following an ACL tear during training camp.
Cutler, who is expected to be the team’s starter come Week 1 ahead of Matt Moore, played in just five games last season and accumulated 1,059 passing yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions while completing just 59.1 percent of his passes.
He had a strong season with Gase as his offensive coordinator in 2015 while they were both with the Chicago Bears. He threw for 3,659 yards, 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while completing 64.4 percent of his passes.
Cutler’s familiarity with Gase’s offense should help him make a quick adjustment, which will be key for a Dolphins team with postseason expectations this year. If the 34-year-old Cutler can still play at a high level, the Dolphins are a candidate to return to the playoffs.
If the 2016 campaign is Cutler’s new normal though, the Dolphins will struggle in 2017.