The Seattle Seahawks need an answer.
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They need to figure out how to save their season and that starts with figuring out how to stop the NFC West-leading Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
The Cardinals are one of the hottest teams in football, winners of six-straight games with signature wins against the Eagles, Cowboys, and Lions, who are all competitive in the NFC right now.
The Seahawks are coming off a tough loss in the frigid temperatures of Kansas City last week that seriously dampened their playoff hopes.
But beating Arizona would bring new life to the team from the Pacific Northwest.
Injuries on Arizona’s side will make this game more competitive than it would have been a few weeks ago.
Quarterback Carson Palmer is done for the year with a torn ACL so young Drew Stanton will be tasked with leading the offense through the Legion of Boom. And the Cardinals leading receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, has also been ruled out (sprained MCL) for Sunday’s contest.
Seattle has a chance to exploit the passing game and if they can shut down Andre Ellington and the run game they might be able to do some damage.
Of course, they still need to score points against one of the league’s premiere defenses.
Will the Seahawks keep their playoff hopes alive by beating the best team in football? Or will the Cardinals beat Seattle at the CLink for the second-straight year?
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