Heartbreak in Miami!
The Seahawks' road woes continue as they fall to the Miami Dolphins on a last-second field goal 24-21.
Miami and Seattle came out sluggish for the first fifteen minutes, combining for zero points, but the offenses began finding their rhythm in the second quarter.
The Dolphins struck first when Reggie Bush capped a 94-yard drive with a 21-yard rush for the first points of the game.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks would respond on the ensuing drive finding Anthony McCoy for a 3-yard touchdown in the back of the endzone to even up the score before the half.
Seattle would take a 14-7 lead in the third quarter when Wilson lead the Seahawks on a 12-play, 80-yard drive capped by a Michael Robinson four-yard touchdown reception.
In the fourth quarter, a Bobby Wagner interception in the endzone was wiped off the board after a controversial roughing the passer penalty against Earl Thomas. Daniel Thomas would run it in from 3-yards out a few plays later to even the score at 14.
Leon Washington would proceed to take the following kickoff 99-yards for the touchdown.
They would also be the Seahawks' last points of the game.
Miami reeled off 10 points over the final five-and-a-half minutes of the game when Ryan Tannehill hit Charles Clay on a 29-yard strike for a touchdown and then the game-winning field goal from Dan Carpenter as time expired.
Seattle couldn't take advantage of a solid day from Wilson who finished 21/27 for 224 yards and two touchdown passes.
On the ground, Marshawn Lynch was only able to pick up 46 yards on 19 carries.
The Seahawks fall to 6-5 on the season and 1-5 on the road.
They travel to Soldier Field next to play the Bears.