On Thursday night, Week 3 of the NFL preseason schedule kicks off with a matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams are 1-1 heading into the game, but only one of the two squads seems like they could have playoff success in the upcoming season. Here's the latest preseason game preview with odds, TV time, channel, and Dolphins vs. Eagles live stream options.

NFL game preview

With Week 3, more starters tend to get involved in the game. That should be true for the Miami Dolphins as they'll give some more time on the field to new quarterback Jay Cutler, as well as wide receivers Jarvis Landry and Devante Parker.

Running back Jay Ajayi could also be one to watch in this preseason battle. The team is coming off a 31-7 loss last week to the Baltimore Ravens after getting a 23-20 comeback win in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons. For tonight's game, the Dolphins have one player listed as questionable with center Kraig Urbik.

The Philadelphia Eagles picked up their first win of the preseason in Week 2 when they defeated the Buffalo Bills 20-16. It also gave Philly a 1-0 home record this preseason, where they'll host tonight's game. Carson Wentz had a 6-for-9 passing game with 56 yards thrown. He was sacked once and threw no touchdowns while the Philadelphia rushing attack produced both TDs for the team's win.

Corey Clement and Byron Marshall led the attack on the ground. The team will go into tonight's game likely to give the starters a bit more time. However, there are five players listed as questionable including defensive ends Derek Barnett and Brandon Graham, wide receiver Bryce Teggs and quarterback Nick Foles.

The Odds Shark website lists the home team Eagles as 3.5-point favorites for tonight's game.

On the moneyline, the Eagles are -170 favorites at various sportsbooks while the Dolphins are +150 underdogs. The consensus over/under points total is at 42 points as of this report.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Miami Dolphins vs. Philadelphia Eagles game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage will be exclusively on the NFL Network around the United States.

It may also be shown on specific channels in the Philadelphia region as well.

To watch the game live streaming, current SlingTV subscribers can log into their accounts online or via compatible apps to see the NFL Network channel feed. New customers can sign up for SingTV and get a one-week free trial to see NFL Network, NFL RedZone, and other channels for the next week. More details are available at the Sling website.