NFL picks and predictions 2013, Seahawks vs. Cardinals: NFC West showdown on Thursday Night Football

NFL experts are picking the winner of the NFC West battle between the Cardinals and Seahawks in Week 7.

The Cardinals will host the Seahawks on Thursday night in Week 7. The Seahawks will look to separate from the rest of division with a win over the Cardinals, just days after defeating the Titans in Seattle. The Cardinals are trying to bounce back from a double-digit loss to the 49ers in Week 6.

The Seahawks are listed as a 6.5-point favorite on the road. The eight experts at CBS Sports are torn on that spread, with four panelist siding with the Cardinals. However, when picking straight up, the entire CBS panel chose the Seahawks. For Yahoo! Sports, the choice was simple with a sweep for the two-man panel in favor of Seattle.

The SB Nation five-man panel also likes the Seahawks against the Cardinals. Only NFL fantasy guru David Fucillo picked the Cardinals to win.

The Cardinals will host the Seahawks at 8:25 p.m. ET on Thursday Night Football on NFL Network.

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