Arizona Cardinals (9-5) Try to Derail Seattle Seahawks (12-2)

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The Arizona Cardinals travel to the home of the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC West battle. FOX will broadcast the game at 4:05 PM ET. Arizona has a 9-5 overall record and 1-3 division record. Seattle has the upper hand as a 10.5 point favorite and has a 12-2 overall record, 3-1 division record, and 6-0 home record.

In week seven, the Cardinals lost to the Seahawks, 34-22. John Abraham had a memorable performance with three tackles and two sacks.

The Cardinals are coming off a narrow 37-34 victory over the Titans, a game in which Antoine Cason was the standout player with four tackles, two interceptions and one score. Rashard Mendenhall also contributed with 21 carries for 69 yards and two scores. The Seahawks are coming off a 23-0 blowout win over the Giants. Richard Sherman registered two interceptions and two tackles. Another strong outing came from Byron Maxwell, who registered one tackle and two interceptions.


Cardinals Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

B

82.4

C. Palmer

321

498

3,689

21

17


Seahawks Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

B+

89.1

R. Wilson

231

357

3,077

24

8


Cardinals Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

C

73.6

R. Mendenhall

RB

186

577

3.1

8

B

85.5

A. Ellington

RB

94

558

5.9

3

F

59.0

S. Taylor

RB

32

93

2.9

0


Seahawks Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A

93.4

M. Lynch

RB

260

1,089

4.2

11

B+

89.1

R. Wilson

QB

89

508

5.7

1

D

65.2

R. Turbin

RB

70

251

3.6

0


Cardinals Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B+

87.5

M. Floyd

WR

58

919

15.8

4

A-

91.1

L. Fitzgerald

WR

73

823

11.3

10

C+

79.1

R. Housler

TE

34

376

11.1

1


Seahawks Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B

84.9

D. Baldwin

WR

49

770

15.7

5

B

84.5

G. Tate

WR

54

735

13.6

4

C+

79.8

Z. Miller

TE

29

355

12.2

4


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