NFL Capsule-Seahawks at Dolphins

The Associated Press Published:

SEATTLE (6-4) At MIAMI (4-6)

Sunday, 1 p.m., FOX

OPENING LINE -- Seahawks by 3

RECORD VS. SPREAD -- Seattle 7-3; Miami 4-6

SERIES RECORD -- Dolphins lead 9-4

AP PRO32 RANKING -- Seahawks No. 10; Dolphins No. 24

LAST MEETING -- Dolphins beat Seahawks 21-19, Nov. 9, 2008

LAST WEEK -- Seahawks beat Jets, 28-7; Dolphins lost at Bills, 19-14

SEAHAWKS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (26), RUSH (6), PASS (32)

SEAHAWKS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (3), RUSH (12), PASS (3)

DOLPHINS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (28), RUSH (21), PASS (24)

DOLPHINS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (21), RUSH (9), PASS (27)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- Seahawks are last in NFL in big plays, and Dolphins are next-to-last. Seattle has gained at least 20 yards 27 times, Miami 29 times. ... Miami punter Brandon Fields leads NFL with average of 51.0 yards. Seattle's Jon Ryan ranks fourth at 49.0. ... Reggie Bush will play against former college coach, Seattle's Pete Carroll. ... Russell Wilson leads NFL rookies with 15 touchdown passes, but Seahawks rank last in league at 175 yards passing per game. ... On road, Wilson has only four TD passes and eight interceptions. ... Seahawks Bruce Irvin leads all rookies with seven sacks. ... Seahawks rank second in points allowed at 16.1 per game, but opponents 16 for 16 on field-goal tries. ... Ryan Tannehill needs 91 yards passing to break Dolphins' rookie record of 2,210 set by Dan Marino in 1983. ... Tannehill has thrown six touchdown passes, which is tied for 31st in league. ... Dolphins have scored touchdown on one of their past 30 offensive possessions. ... Bush has totaled 41 yards rushing over past two games. ... Dolphins have allowed touchdowns on 37 percent of red-zone possessions, second-best in the league. ... Dolphins rank last in league in fourth-down defense. Opponents have converted nine of 10 tries. ... Miami's Dan Carpenter 13 for 18 on field-goal tries for career-low 72 percent, which ranks 29th in league.

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