Quick Take: Seahawks (2-6) at Dolphins (4-4)

Last meeting
Michael Boulware had a 63-yard interception return for a touchdown with 56 seconds left in the game as the Seahawks prevailed, 24-17, in 2004.

The Dolphins have won two of the last three games and lead the all-time series, 6-3.

Last week
The Seahawks couldn't get anything going offensively, losing to the Eagles, 26-7. ... The Dolphins frustrated the Broncos offense and won, 26-17, at Denver.

Keep your eye on ...
Seattle quarterbacks:Matt Hasselbeck could return to practice this week, but coach Mike Holmgren is expected to go with Seneca Wallace. The Eagles had four sacks against Wallace last week, so expect the Dolphins to turn up the pressure.

Cool-hand Chad: NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger said that Chad Pennington might be having his best season ever, and it's hard to argue. Pennington has completed more than 70 percent of his passes for 1,628 yards and five touchdowns in his last six games. And this week he faces the league's 31st-ranked pass defense.

Porter's mouth, feet:Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter claimed partial credit for shutting down Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall last week, claiming he got into the receiver's head. Porter also excels at the measurable statistics, too, with 10.5 sacks in his last six games.

Did you know?
Seahawks receiver Koren Robinson had four catches for 105 yards, including a 90-yard touchdown, in Week 9. It was his first 100-yard game since late in 2005. ... The Dolphins look for their third consecutive win for the first time since 2006. ... Miami CB Will Allen aims for his third consecutive game with an interception.

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