- Associated Press - Thursday, September 18, 2014

KANSAS CITY (0-2) at MIAMI (1-1)

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

OPENING LINE - Dolphins by 5 1/2

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Kansas City 1-1, Miami 1-1.

SERIES RECORD - Dolphins lead 16-12

LAST MEETING - Dolphins beat Chiefs 31-3, Nov. 6, 2011

LAST WEEK - Dolphins lost at Bills 29-10; Chiefs lost at Broncos 24-17

AP PRO32 RANKING - Dolphins No. 21, Chiefs No. 27

CHIEFS OFFENSE - OVERALL (26), RUSH (22), PASS (18).

CHIEFS DEFENSE - OVERALL (24), RUSH (23), PASS (20).

DOLPHINS OFFENSE - OVERALL (21), RUSH (10), PASS (24).

DOLPHINS DEFENSE - OVERALL (9), RUSH (13), PASS (15).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Chiefs are playing in Miami for first time since 2006, when they lost 13-10. … Matt Moore, Dolphins’ backup QB, threw three scores to help them beat Chiefs previous time teams met in 2011. … Dolphins and Chiefs are both minus-3 in turnover differential. … Neither Alex Smith nor Ryan Tannehill has a completion of more than 27 yards. … Chiefs’ Smith ranks 35th and last in NFL with passer rating of 63.6. However, he leads all QBs with 78 yards rushing in 11 carries. He has never faced Dolphins. … Chiefs opponents have a passer rating of 126.9, highest in league. Kansas City has allowed five touchdown passes and made no interceptions. … Dolphins have outgained opponents 450-185 in second half. They’ve been outgained 445-200 in first half. … Dolphins rank last in NFL at 4.4 yards per pass play, sacks included. They’re averaging 4.6 yards per rush. … Dolphins are 24-5 against AFC West in their stadium, which opened in 1987. … Miami’s Tannehill is 8 for 19 for 77 yards on third down. … Before the game, Dolphins will induct Jeff Cross, Tony Nathan, Ed Newman and Sam Madison into Walk of Fame.

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