Red Sea Review vs Seahawks 2017

Posted Nov 9, 2017

Review all the key stats and stories from the Cardinals' Week 10 game against Seattle on Thursday Night Football

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    Russell Wilson threw for 238 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Seattle pulled away for the victory. The Cardinals amassed only 34 yards rushing and dropped too many catchable passes. Wilson was sacked five times but escaped a rush in the fourth quarter and found wide receiver Doug Baldwin for a critical 54-yard gain. The Seahawks scored on the next play to help ice the win.

Key Stats

Seattle Arizona
12-108 Penalties 9-58
76 Rushing Yards 34
0 Turnovers 1

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Three Points


    The Cardinals were hit hard by injuries. Left tackle D.J. Humphries, safety Tyvon Branch and tight end Ifeanyi Momah all left the game and didn't return.


    Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald caught 10 passes for 113 yards. He became the second-youngest wide receiver to 15,000 yards with a 17-yard reception in the fourth quarter, behind only Jerry Rice.


    Running back Adrian Peterson couldn't duplicate his performance against the 49ers, finishing with only 29 rushing yards on 21 carries. He had 159 rushing yards last time out.

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Who Was Wired

It's always a physical game against Seattle... We just have to make more plays than they do, and we fell a little short today and that's it.

- Deone Bucannon