Seattle Seahawks beat Arizona Cardinals!
In an exciting duel, Seahawks give back, beat Cardinals and take the edge of the division. Seattle Seahawks heading into the week 7 defeat, beat rivals 28-21 at home and reache the top in the West of the National Conference.
The home team opened the lead in the opening quarter with a touchdown by DK Metcalf (25 yards), but Arizona Cardinals equalized early in the next period through Kenyan Drake (2 yards). Wilson gave his second pass to TD and Tyler Lockett put the Seattle team in front. Almost on the stopwatch for the break, Jason Myers converted a 27-yard field goal and increased: 16 to 7.
As it happened in week 7, Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals had an exciting and balanced match on Thursday night, but this time it was Seattle who won. Playing at home on Thursday night, the Seahawks opened week 11 by beating 28-21, taking revenge for their defeat in the previous encounter and took over the Western Division of the National Conference provisional leadership.
Without wasting time, the visitors reduced the difference in the first movements of the third quarter. Dan Arnold received from Kyler Murray and nailed his 4-yard TD. The Seahawks, however, did not want to miss the chance to take the lead and tried to distance themselves again (Carlos Hyde, 2 yards).
Now with 7 wins and 3 losses, the team led by Russell Wilson took the lead, also leaving the Los Angeles Rams (6 and 3) behind. Off the top, the Cardinals are now 6 and 4 and drop to 3rd, while the San Francisco 49ers close the streak with 4 and 6.
But for now, Seattle Seahawks beat Arizona Cardinals!