The Seattle Seahawks have been one of the best home teams in the NFL. If they want to parlay their best start since 2007 into a playoff appearance, however, they'll likely need to play more consistently on the road.
They can start Sunday when they visit a Miami Dolphins team looking to avoid its fourth straight loss.
Seattle has won two in a row coming out of its bye and is 6-4 for the first time since its last 10-win season in 2007, but its 1-4 road mark leaves much to be desired. The road losses have come by a combined 21 points.
"Disappointed in the way we've played on the road that we didn't find a way to get a couple more of those wins," coach Pete Carroll said. "We've been in every one of them. We understand all of that.
"I think we're getting harder to beat."
The Seahawks' last two away games are against Chicago next week and Buffalo on Dec. 16.
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