The last time Seattle and Arizona played, the Seahawks walked away with a 58-0 victory. The two teams will meet again on Thursday night, but a lot has changed since late last season.
Many of those changes occurred in Arizona where Carson Palmer will be under center and Bruce Arians on the sideline. Palmer has struggled with interceptions this season, but he's still been an upgrade for the Cardinals. Although Arizona doesn't rank near the top of the NFL in many categories, it has been good against the run this season, a key when facing the Seahawks.
Seattle has struggled to get its passing game firing on all cylinders and have instead relied on Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson's ability to run. Seattle is second in the NFL in rushing yards and will go against a Cardinal team which has allowed the fifth-fewest rushing yards.
The two teams have split their last four meetings with turnovers being a big factor. Arizona has a turnover differential of minus-eight in its two losses compared to minus-one in the two wins. Seattle has not won at Arizona since 2010.
Thursday, Oct. 17, 8:25 p.m. ET
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
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Cardinals: 620 KTAR AM, 92.3 KTAR FM
Seahawks: 710 ESPN AM, KIRO 97.3 FM