Seattle Takes Control of the NFC West

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It wasn’t pretty, but I will take it.

Seattle battled through the elements and penalties to best the division rival Arizona Cardinals at Qwest field.

The Seattle defense looked good as they kept Arizona off the board in the first half, however, they did surrender their first 100 yard rushing game. The defense forced 5 turnovers during the game and held undrafted rookie quarterback, M. Hall to a mere 36 yards before he was supposedly injured. It looked like more of a broken ego than anything.

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Topics: Arizona Cardinals, Defense, Marshawn Lynch, Mike Williams, NFL, Offense, Seattle Seahawks

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  • Hawk_Eye

    A win is a win! We are a very young, improving every week team. Pete Carroll and John Schneider have done an excellent job. There is light at the end of the tunnel.

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