Game time: Fast facts, odds, injury report — and weather — for Dolphins vs. Chiefs

No. 6 DOLPHINS (11-6) vs. No. 3 CHIEFS (11-6)

Kickoff: 8 p.m., Saturday, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium

TV: Peacock (streaming), NBC (Ch. 6 in Miami-Dade, Broward; no TV in Palm Beach); RADIO: Westwood One, WBGG (105.9-FM), WINZ (940-AM), WTZU (94.9-FM, Spanish), Sirius XM Ch. 82 or 226; Palm Beach: ESPN (106.3 FM); WEFL (760-AM, Spanish)

Coaches: The Dolphins’ Mike McDaniel is 20-15, including playoffs, in his second season as a head coach; Andy Reid is 140-58, including playoffs, in his 11th season leading the Chiefs and 280-160 in 25 overall seasons as a head coach.

Series: The Dolphins trail the all-time series with the Chiefs, 16-13, including playoffs. Kansas City won the regular-season matchup between the teams, 21-14, Nov. 5 in Frankfurt, Germany, but Miami is 3-0 in postseason meetings.

Weather: -4 degrees, 80 percent humidity, 15 mph winds (gusts up to 29 mph), 0 percent chance of precipitation; it is slated to be the coldest game in Dolphins franchise history (10 degrees, Dec. 21, 2008 at Kansas City) and one of the coldest in NFL history; the area is in a wind chill warning with wind chill down to -29 degrees.

Line: The Chiefs are 4 1/2-point favorites; the over/under is 43 1/2.

Injuries: Dolphins — Out: CB Xavien Howard (foot); Questionable: WR Jaylen Waddle (ankle), RB Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle), S Jevon Holland (knees), S DeShon Elliott (calf); Reserve/Non-Football Injury: WR Erik Ezukanma (neck); Injured reserve: OLB Bradley Chubb (knee), C Connor Williams (knee), LB Jerome Baker (wrist), OLB Jaelan Phillips (Achilles), OLB Andrew Van Ginkel (foot), OL Isaiah Wynn (quadriceps), RB Salvon Ahmed (foot), CB Keion Crossen (knee), DE Zeke Vandenburgh

Chiefs — Out: T Wanya Morris (concussion); Questionable: WR Kadarius Toney (hip/ankle), WR Justyn Ross (hamstring); Injured reserve: RB Jerick McKinnon (groin), WR Skyy Moore (knee) among seven players on IR.

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