Whatever started as a defensive stumbling block in the first half, both the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks came alive in the second half, but Pete Carroll Cliff Kingsbury’s best was won by the Pacific 28-21. The MVP candidates led by Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray in the first quarter only hit one touchdown between the more powerful clubs in general, but things increased when Wilson and Murray both operated the stove in the second quarter – the latter helped the Cardinals play the former hit Tyler Lockett before he could play the 11-yard toss Reminds everyone.
They will miss the extra point effort, and in a game close to this, it grew massively, but it was not a bar because it was forgiven by the fourth-quarter defense because JR was penalized for having a controversial attack in the final zone. Swiss. After seeing Murray combine to chase Chase Edmunds back for a wide-open touch that reduced the Cardinals deficit to two points to start the fourth session, it gave the Seahawks a four-point lead and much-needed breathing room.
In the end, despite the Cardinals landing three sacks at Wilson – who was more talented than Night Eyes – the Seahawks are No. 1 in the NFC West, avoiding a 2020 win in the series.
Check out the live blog below for highlights and analysis from the final regular season clash between these two fiery rivals.
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