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Thursday 10/17/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




SEATTLE (5 - 1) at ARIZONA (3 - 3)
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Week 7 Thursday, 10/17/2013 8:25 PM
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SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1+2.54-24-226.210.2372.7(6)1.715.79.0288.5(5)2.8
Road Games2-1+0.52-12-121.08.3354.3(6)1.720.314.7345.3(5.5)2.3
Last 3 Games2-1+0.51-22-123.79.7365.7(6)2.022.315.7338.7(5.3)2.3
Dome Games0-1-1.50-11-028.019.0423.0(6.5)
Division Games1-0+11-01-029.05.0290.0(4.4)
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.910.318.830:3528-120(4.3)19-3261.2%202(6.3)60-321(5.4)(14.7)
Offense Road Games21.08.318.031:0830-156(5.2)17-2959.8%199(6.9)59-354(6)(16.9)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games20.314.721.732:4630-128(4.3)21-3462.4%217(6.5)63-345(5.5)(17)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.62.313-535.8%1-049.6%2-41(22.8)21-2(8.6)6-51
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-537.2%1-050.0%2-64(27.6)1-2(2.3)6-63
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.61.7 14-538.9%1-147.8%2-54(24)13-2(6.1)6-55
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-645.0%0-00.0%2-53(26.5)1-4(3.7)4-56

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3+0.54-22-418.57.3322.3(5.4)2.521.212.7350.7(5.4)2.2
Home Games2-0+2.32-00-223.56.5299.0(4.9)2.013.510.0337.5(5.9)2.5
Last 3 Games2-1+1.52-11-218.35.7316.3(5.4)3.316.012.7331.0(5)3.0
Dome Games2-2+0.33-11-319.57.5308.7(5.2)
Division Games0-2-21-12-022.012.0396.5(6.2)3.029.516.0376.5(5.8)2.0
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)18.57.319.527:5723-86(3.8)22-3759.5%237(6.4)60-322(5.4)(17.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.19.99.419.629:5326-112(4.4)22-3662.2%236(6.6)61-348(5.7)(17.5)
Offense Home Games23.56.521.530:0726-88(3.3)21-3461.8%210(6.2)60-299(4.9)(12.7)
Defense (All Games)21.212.720.732:0226-91(3.5)23-3861.0%260(6.8)65-351(5.4)(16.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.711.819.731:0727-105(3.8)21-3559.7%233(6.6)63-338(5.4)(14.9)
Defense Home Games13.510.018.529:5220-72(3.6)22-3760.0%265(7.1)57-337(5.9)(25)
ARIZONA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-538.0%1-050.0%2-48(20.6)2-15(8.3)7-63
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.5 14-538.9%1-048.0%2-39(21.9)16-2(7.4)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games) 11-434.8%1-00.0%1-43(28.7)2-4(2)8-90
Average power rating of opponents played: SEATTLE 18.7,  ARIZONA 22.8
SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ CAROLINA12-7W-3W44U26-7025-33-300125-12416-23-1192
9/15/2013SAN FRANCISCO29-3W-5W31O47-1728-19-118120-10013-28-1075
9/29/2013@ HOUSTON23-20W-1.5W41O30-17912-23-91235-15131-49-3253
10/6/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS28-34L-3L43.5O34-21815-31-205229-10916-29-2082
10/17/2013@ ARIZONA            
10/28/2013@ ST LOUIS            
11/3/2013TAMPA BAY            
11/10/2013@ ATLANTA            

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ ST LOUIS24-27L3.5W43.5O26-8626-40-304224-6727-38-2992
9/22/2013@ NEW ORLEANS7-31L7L48.5U16-8618-35-161224-10429-46-3191
9/29/2013@ TAMPA BAY13-10W2.5W40U20-5621-38-240331-8024-43-1733
10/13/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO20-32L9.5L40.5O21-10925-41-294438-14916-29-2382
SEATTLE: The Seahawks were the most run-heavy team in the NFL last year, and they'll be up there again this season. They have big, physical linemen who operate a zone-blocking scheme with a lot of inside zone runs by Marshawn Lynch. Lynch remains the feature back, running behind fullback Michael Robinson. Rookie Christine Michael could push Robert Turbin for the No. 2 job. They don't have many designed running plays for Russell Wilson, but he does have the neon green light to scramble. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's West Coast passing game took off in the second half of last season, and they'll get even more creative with Percy Harvin, the league's most dangerous catch-and-run threat. Harvin will line up everywhere, including the backfield, and see a lot of screens and be targeted frequently on rollouts. Wilson's pocket moves around, and they'll use play-action to open things up deep for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Zach Miller is a popular play-action target but will see fewer targets with Harvin coming in. They rarely use their backs as receivers. Seattle gets more aggressive with the passing game inside the 20, with Rice being the primary target and both tight ends (Miller and Anthony McCoy) involved. Otherwise, it's a whole lot of Lynch. The Seahawks led the NFL in scoring defense in 2012 (15.3 PPG allowed), and generated 15 forced turnovers and five touchdowns in their final six games. Their subpar pass rush should improve greatly under new defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who has several DE/OLB types to run his more aggressive scheme, including former Lions DE Cliff Avril (29 sacks since 2010). New CB Antoine Winfield (72 solo tackles) joins a stacked secondary that already includes CB Richard Sherman (8 INT) and FS Earl Thomas (3 INT).
ARIZONA: The Cardinals again reached into the Bill Cowher coaching tree to get their head coach, and Bruce Arians brought offensive line guru Harold Goodwin from Indianapolis with him to be the offensive coordinator. Expect them to build this offense around a power running game with a lot of between-the-tackles running. Arians had Rashard Mendenhall in Pittsburgh and plans on giving him a monster workload. Mendenhall should be better in his second full season back from a torn ACL. Ryan Williams is shaping up as a change-of-pace back and will have to beat out Mendenhall for third down duties. Arians' passing game takes a lot of deep shots. While Carson Palmer's arm strength disappeared years ago, he's still willing to loft passes deep and let his receivers try to make plays. That's good news for Larry Fitzgerald, and Arians will use a lot of movement and bunch formations to get him open. The Cards will use a lot of three-receiver sets with Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd running some deep crosses, and Andre Roberts in the slot. TE Rob Housler should be frequently targeted over the middle. Arians has never used his backs as receivers much, but always had a habit of getting cute in the red zone, using a lot of play-action. Fitzgerald is obviously their best red zone threat. The Cardinals allowed 137 rushing YPG last year (5th-most in NFL), but they seriously bolstered their defense in the offseason with new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and four quality free agents in LB Karlos Dansby, SS Yeremiah Bell and DEs Matt Shaughnessy and Frostee Rucker. Rookies FS Tyrann Mathieu and ILB Keith Minter could be special players, but two Arizona players that already are special are DE Calais Campbell and CB Patrick Peterson, who had seven of the Cardinals' 22 interceptions last year (2nd in NFL).
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Though the Seattle Seahawks are tied for the best record in the NFC, they know there's room for improvement - especially if they are to end their struggles in Arizona.

Looking for a more complete performance than in their last contest, the Seahawks try to avoid a third straight road loss to the Cardinals on Thursday night.

Seattle (5-1) bounced back from a 34-28 defeat to Indianapolis on Oct. 6 with a 20-13 win over Tennessee on Sunday. Russell Wilson amassed 318 total yards and Marshawn Lynch ran for 77 with two touchdowns while catching four passes for 78 yards.

The Seahawks held the Titans to 223 yards, including 66 on the ground en route to their 11th consecutive home victory. Seattle ranks second in the NFL with 290.2 yards allowed per game and third at 15.7 points a contest.

The Seahawks, however, lost two of their five fumbles and had a field-goal attempt turned into a touchdown for the opposition for the second consecutive week. Seattle scored touchdowns on two of five trips into the red zone and needed to overcome a slow offensive start that resulted in a 10-7 halftime deficit.

"It's nice to learn while you are winning and I think that's where we are," coach Pete Carroll said. "That's what we're hoping to continue.

"I don't know if we'll be able to reach the levels that we saw late last year where we were scoring points at a huge rate (while winning the final five regular-season games). That was an enormous run that we had. But that's good to expect that and I'd like to see that too."

The Seahawks don't have much time to iron out all the kinks before heading to Arizona, where they've lost six of seven, including the last two by a combined seven points. Seattle, however, rolled to a 58-0 home win over the Cardinals on Dec. 9.

"They're a brand new team to us," Carroll told the Seahawks' official website about the Cardinals under first-year coach Bruce Arians. "There are things that look similar, but it's not the same. All kinds of stuff has changed, so we have to look at them all over again.

"It's not like we're just carrying it over, same ol' same ol'. It's not like that."

The Cardinals (3-3) are 2-0 at home but will be looking to rebound from a 32-20 loss to San Francisco on Sunday.

Arizona went eight quarters without allowing a touchdown before San Francisco's Vernon Davis scored twice in the second quarter Sunday. The Cardinals were allowing averages of 19.0 points and 79.0 rushing yards prior to the game but yielded season highs in both categories. The 49ers ran for 149 yards, 101 coming from Frank Gore.

Arizona trailed by two after three quarters but San Francisco scored the only 10 points of the fourth.

"It was tough, man," Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington said. "Once you get your back to the wall, you have to toughen it out. I thought we lost our energy that fourth quarter to end the game. We didn't play like we did the first three quarters and the game got away from us."

Carson Palmer passed for 298 yards with two touchdowns, but was intercepted twice. He's thrown nine of his 11 interceptions in the last four games.

Larry Fitzgerald scored on one of his six receptions and had a season-high 117 yards. However, he has a sore hamstring and hopes to be ready for Thursday.

"It gets a little better and then he plays on it and it gets worse," Arians said. "So hopefully we can continue to nurse it into the small open week and get it better."

Fitzgerald was targeted 22 times in two games against the Seahawks last season, but had a combined five catches for 65 yards and no TDs.

Seattle defensive end Chris Clemons and linebacker Bobby Wagner might not be available this week, and receiver Percy Harvin is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list. Harvin, though, is likely a few weeks away from returning to game action.

"He'll be running and doing a lot of stuff this week," Carroll said. "We won't expect him to play this week, but we'll find out how far along he has come."

Lynch ran for 128 yards and three TDs on 11 attempts in the home rout of the Cardinals last season. He's totaled 171 on 40 carries without a score in the last two at Arizona.

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