The Seattle Seahawks have played 633 games in franchise history. Their record was a clean 319-314-0, just getting over the .500 mark recently. At least they never had a tie.
After Sunday night’s 6-6 tie with the Arizona Cardinals, the Seahawks are now 319-314-1. And the all-time series vs the Cardinals is: 17-17-1.
Cardinals sideline reacts to missed FG pic.twitter.com/jf69lLlRjt— The Cauldron (ICYMI) (@CauldronICYMI) October 24, 2016
It took two missed chip shot field goals, a lot of penalties, missed turnovers and opportunities, and an incredible defensive performance by both teams, but at the end of the day neither team scored a touchdown (though David Johnson came within an inch and Seattle stopped trying once they got inside the 10) and both came away with six points after 75 minutes.
The Seahawks remain atop the NFC West with a 4-1-1 record, the first time in franchise history that they’e had to place a digit in the third column in franchise history. At least they’re still in first place.