The good, the bad, and the ugly in Seahawks season ending win against Cardinals

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  • The putrid run defense
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In a dramatic season finale, the Seattle Seahawks found themselves on the road to Arizona, desperate for a miracle win that, coupled with a Green Bay Packers loss, could secure their ticket to the Wild Card playoffs. As the clock ticked down in their game against the Cardinals, the Seahawks displayed resilience and determination, mounting a comeback in the closing moments. However, the bittersweet taste of victory lingered, as the simultaneous outcome of the Packers-Bears matchup shattered their playoff dreams.

Entering the final week of the regular season, the Seahawks faced a daunting task. A win against the Cardinals was imperative, but their postseason fate hinged on the Green Bay Packers stumbling against the Chicago Bears. The odds seemed slim, but in the unpredictable realm of the NFL, hope springs eternal.

The matchup against the Cardinals unfolded as a nail-biter, with both teams leaving it all on the field. The Seahawks, led by their veteran quarterback and a resilient roster, staged a late-game comeback, showcasing the grit and determination that had defined their season. Tension filled the air as fans witnessed a rollercoaster of emotions, from the agony of missed opportunities to the ecstasy of crucial plays.

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As the Seahawks celebrated their hard-fought win against the Cardinals, a bitter truth lingered in the background. Simultaneously, news broke that the Green Bay Packers had secured a victory against the Bears, sealing their own playoff berth. The Seahawks' playoff hopes, though momentarily rekindled by their own triumph, were ultimately dashed by the Packers' success.

As the Seahawks reflect on the season that was, there's a mixture of pride in their resilience and disappointment in falling short of postseason glory. The journey was marked by highs and lows, showcasing the unpredictable nature of the NFL and the fine margins that separate triumph from heartbreak.