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MIAMI -- Chad Pennington's afternoon is getting worse.
The runner-up for league MVP ended the Miami Dolphins' opening second-half drive against the Baltimore Ravens with his third interception. He hadn't thrown three in a game since October 2006 against the New York Giants.
Davone Bess is back in the game, but Pennington hasn't been finding his receivers much anyway.
Bess is the only one with a catch, giving Ravens defensive backs three times as many catches as Miami receivers. Pennington's other six completions have been to running backs.