Seahawks vs. Cardinals 2014 final score: 3 things we learned from Seattle's 19-3 win - SBNation.com
The Seahawks dominated the division-leading Cardinals with a vintage defensive performance. Here are three things we learned from the game.
Seahawks beat Cardinals 19-3 - Seattle - Scout
Despite surrendering seven sacks to the Arizona Cardinals, the Seahawks held on to win 19-3, keeping their hopes at winning the NFC West intact. Rob Rang provides his 10 Takeaways of Seattle's critical divisional win.
SEATTLE: Wilson, defense lead Seahawks to much-needed 19-3 win over Arizona | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
Russell Wilson’s brilliant clutch play and the return of Bobby Wagner on defense helped the Seahawks put away the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, 19-3, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
Wilson, Seattle D lead Seahawks past Arizona 19-3
Seattle's D returns to form just in time against Arizona.
Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks - Recap - November 23, 2014 - ESPN
After 10 games, the defending champions needed to ask the difficult questions of each other. Most of all, whether the Seattle Seahawks were willing to put aside egos and get back in the NFC West race.
Instant reaction: Seahawks hand Cardinals second loss, go to 7-4 - Seahawks Draft Blog
This was a thoroughly comprehensive 19-3 victory that feels closer than it was.
Seahawks pull to within two games of Cardinals in NFC West
By handing the Cardinals their second loss of the season on Sunday, the Seahawks cut Arizona’s lead in the division to two games with a 19-3 victory at CenturyLink Field.
Seahawks pound Cardinals to stay alive in NFC West - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks looked like the defending Super Bowl champs that they are, stifling the Arizona Cardinals at home en route to get within two games of the NFC West lead.
Instant reaction: Seahawks hand Cardinals second loss, go to 7-4 | Seahawks Draft Blog
This was a thoroughly comprehensive 19-3 victory that feels closer than it was.
Seahawks' defense returns to its dominant form against Arizona - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
For all the areas in which Seattle's defense has taken a step back from last season, the Seahawks silenced division-leading Arizona with the kind of defensive performance that brought them a Super Bowl trophy a year ago. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks grind out 19-3 win over division-leading Cardinals - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Russell Wilson was sacked seven times and the Seahawks didn't score a touchdown until late in the third quarter, but a stifling defense helped Seattle grind out a 19-3 win over the NFC West-leading Cardinals. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Grading the game: Seahawks’ dominant defense leads way in bruising 19-3 victory over Arizona | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Seahawks defense gets high marks in dominant performance against division-leading Arizona. Seattle stuffed the Cardinals’ offense all day, and won 19-3 at CenturyLink Field.
Team meeting produces a unified effort by Seahawks | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
Coach Pete Carroll and about 10 key players met last week to talk about the Seahawks’ struggles this season. The message of the meeting, according to Doug Baldwin, was “playing for each other, trusting each other and loving our brothers.”
With Russell Wilson trusting himself and his teammates, Seahawks score a 19-3 victory | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Quarterback Russell Wilson has maybe his best game of the season passing and running, and was all the offense Seattle needed.
Big day for Seahawks’ Cooper Helfet: A TD catch, and a huge tackle | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
It was a memorable day for Seahawks tight end Cooper Helfet, who scored Seattle’s only touchdown on a 20-yard pass play and made a big tackle after a blocked punt.
Arizona Cardinals postgame quotes: 'If you don’t block, catch, tackle, kick, we didn’t do any of the four.' | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
“It’s very simple. If you don’t block, catch, tackle, kick, we didn’t do any of the four. The kickers were rookies. We had ten men on the punt that got blocked. That turned the whole game around. It was strictly a guy who didn’t go out there. We as coaches didn’t see and find it in time. That was huge because our defense had set the momentum for the second half.
Seahawks player quotes: 'It’s a special win because we did it together' – Earl Thomas | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
“We knew we had to battle. They are a great defense, and they had a lot of great players on that side of the ball, and I thought we were relentless today. It was a championship football type game and we were able to go 1 and 0 in our stadium and we were able to battle it out and make some bigtime plays on offense and then our defense looked outstanding today.”
Video and quotes from Seattle head coach Pete Carroll | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here’s everything Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say after Sunday’s 19-3 win over the Cardinals, including injury updates and lots more:
Seahawks 19, Cardinals 3: First impressions | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Jerry Brewer: For all the pressure that the aggressive, blitzing Arizona defense generated on Sunday, the Seahawks were still the best defense on the field. It was a classic performance by Seattle, hounding Drew Stanton and taking care of an Arizona run game that ranks last in the NFL in yards per carry. Defensive end Cliff Avril (two sacks) played his best game of the season. Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner’s return was a major difference. Arizona managed just 204 total yards and averaged 4.2 yards per play.
Seahawks postgame injury update | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
The Seahawks appear to have come out of Sunday’s game with no significant new injuries, which is especially good news for a team playing on Thursday this week. Receivers Jermaine Kearse and Ricardo Lockette both needed attention from trainers at one point, but returned to the game and were OK, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said.
Katy Perry to play Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show - NFL.com
This winter, football fans will collectively feel as if they're living a teenage dream. Kary Perry has been tabbed as the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show halftime performer on Feb. 1.
Chargers win wild game with interception on goal line - NFL.com
Philip Rivers and the Chargers didn't play particularly well. But a late interception gave San Diego the win over the pesky St. Louis Rams.
Niners take advantage of RGIII, continue to win ugly - NFL.com
San Francisco continues to win ugly, taking advantage of a struggling Robert Griffin III in Sunday's victory over the Redskins. Do the 49ers have problems of their own on offense?
Andre Smith suffers arm injury; season in jeopardy - NFL.com
Andre Smith left Sunday's Bengals game against the Titans with an arm injury and didn't return. Ian Rapoport reported Smith suffered a partially or fully torn triceps and has a biceps issue.
NFL Grades Week 12: Browns living dangerously with Brian Hoyer - CBSSports.com
Team-by-team grades from Week 12 for every NFL team.
NFL, NFLPA to meet this week | ProFootballTalk
In a week that will include fairly little work (especially in those states where deer hunting is a big deal), the NFL and NFL Players Association will carve out some time to get together before they commence carving the carcass of a large bird with intelligence inversely proportional to its tastines...
49ers escape with win after late Carlos Hyde touchdown | ProFootballTalk
The 49ers didn't make many big plays on offense Sunday, but wide receiver Anquan Boldin came up with one at exactly the right moment in the fourth quarter. Boldin caught a pass in traffic and shrugged off a hit from Redskins safety Ryan Clark, who led with his helmet, to gain 29 yards.
Week 12 Superlatives: Wilson keeps Seattle alive, Lions offense again flat | SI.com
Let's take a look back at some notable performances and key plays from Week 12 of the NFL season.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Futures: Six Memorable Lessons About Talent Evaluation
This will be the tenth season that I publish the Rookie Scouting Portfolio. One of the most frequent questions readers ask is, Who were your greatest hits and misses? It's an important question, because it naturally leads to a more vital query: Which players have taught me the most about the craft of evaluation?