Miami Dolphins vs Arizona Cardinals Live Stream: Watch Online NFL Sunday Football (4.05PM ET)

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(Photo: Reuters/Mike Blake)Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano paces in front of defensive tackle Igor Olshansky (95), wide receiver Clyde Gates (10) and defensive tackle Phillip Merling (97) in the final seconds of a loss to the San Diego Chargers during their NFL football game in San Diego, California October 2, 2011.

Miami Dolphins vs Arizona Cardinals should be an intriguing match up on Sunday, as the Cardinals look to continue their 100 percent record into week 4. The game starts at 4.05 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream (details below).

The Dolphins currently hold a record of 1-2 following their overtime loss to the New York Jets in week 3. That loss came after an inopportune time-out took away their chance of victory. They no doubt will be looking to bounce right back today against the Cardinals.

Meanwhile the Cardinals are one of the surprises of the season to date, with a 3-0 record they have surprised analysts and fans week after week. Arizona has its defense to thank for that record, and if they can impose themselves again today then there is no reason why that record cannot be extended to an amazing 4-0.

The Dolphins could struggle against the Arizona strong defensive line, and the Cardinals will be looking to disrupt and shake up rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Tannehill has a 58.3 quarterback rating through the first three weeks, with just one touchdown and four interceptions.

The Dolphins will be hoping running back Reggie Bush can make the starting line up as he has been an inspiration for them and has carried the offense. However, he suffered a knock against the New York Jets and could be sidelined through a knee injury for today's match up.

Bush was seen taking part in team drills on Friday, so he could be included, but if his knee is still questionable the Arizona defense will look to shake him up.

Miami will need to be at their best to get beyond the Cardinals' defense, which is currently ranked second-best in the league. They have given away just 13.3 points per game on average, and will look to stifle the Dolphins offense with or without Bush included.

Miami Dolphins vs Arizona Cardinals will start at 4.05 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream by clicking here.