Miami Dolphins: 4 Reasons Offense Can Lead Them Past Stellar Seahawks Defense

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Miami Dolphins: 4 Reasons Offense Can Lead Them Past Stellar Seahawks Defense
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Davone Bess had 50 yards receiving and a touchdown last Thursday.

After a promising 4-3 start to the 2012 season, the Miami Dolphins have dropped three consecutive games.

Conversely, the Seattle Seahawks are coming off their bye week on a two-game winning streak.

Led by quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch, Seattle averages nearly 320 yards per game.

The Seahawks' strength is, however, their ruthless and fourth-ranked NFL defense.

Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins face a tall task on Thanksgiving weekend, but here are four reasons the offense can lead the team past Seattle.

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