Now comes the fun part of the 2014 NFL season – the home stretch. What better place to start than in the home of the Super Bowl champions where the Seattle Seahawks will face the high-flying Arizona Cardinals Sunday afternoon.
As important as this game is for the Red Birds, it's a must win scenario for Seattle. A loss would drop the Seahawks four games behind Arizona in the NFC West and severely damage their wild card hopes as well.
The Cards flew into Seattle and beat the Seahawks, 17-10, last season but that was with Carson Palmer at quarterback. This is Drew Stanton's contingent now and the eight-year veteran has led his team to a 3-1 record as a starter but may be without Larry Fitzgerald (knee) for this contest. The eight-time Pro Bowler has a Grade 2 MCL sprain and will be a game-time decision.
Michael Floyd came back to life last week against Detroit with a pair of TD receptions but he'll be facing a Seattle defensive corps that has allowed just three touchdown passes and an average of 189 yards through the air in their last four games.Read more... Join the Conversation...