Keep your eye on ...
Miami's running backs: Coming off a career-high five-touchdown performance (four rushing, one passing) against the Patriots, Ronnie Brown appears to have returned to the form he displayed before going on injured reserve last season. Though Brown is not likely to repeat his Week 3 totals, the Chargers will surely take notice that he, along with running mate Ricky Williams (4.1 yards per carry), are a force to be reckoned with.
Porter coming off the edge: Before Week 3, Joey Porter had not recorded three sacks in a game since his free-roaming days in Pittsburgh. In coach Tony Sparano's 3-4 scheme, Porter is better able to play the role of hybrid OLB/DE, keeping defenses guessing as to where he will rush from on blitz packages.
L.T.'s return to the end zone: Tomlinson's nagging toe injury has led to more carries for backup RB Darren Sproles, but L.T. has still found a way into the end zone, as evidenced by his four touchdowns over his last two games.
Did you know?
Chargers TE Antonio Gates posted 13 receptions for 123 yards and a touchdown in his last meeting with Miami. Gates is aiming for his third consecutive game with a touchdown reception. ... Chambers spent seven seasons with the Dolphins (2001-07) and totaled 405 receptions for 5,688 yards and 43 touchdowns in that time. ... Including the playoffs, Dolphins QB Chad Pennington is 3-0 against the Chargers, completing 73 of 99 passes for 790 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions.