When you can limit Larry Fitzgerald to just two catches totaling 17 yards, you know your defense has done its job.
Despite not technically having a day off since their last game, Seattle has lucked out with only six players listed on this week’s injury report.
While there are never any “Gimmies!” in the NFL (even against Jacksonville), this is one game that seems to be all in Seattle’s favor. Arizona has weapons to make this game interesting, but Seattle should be able to deal with them en route to a sixth win of the season.
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Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Fitzgerald is stuck on the worst offense in the NFL and on a team that has lost eight straight games. While the Seattle Seahawks are a little shorthanded in the secondary, they are 5-0 at home and Russell Wilson has learned a lot since that first loss in Arizona.
The Seahawks’ offense was contained and rookie quarterback Russell Wilson had a sub par debut behind center. Needless to say, the 20-16 loss starts the 2012 campaign on a bad note.
The Seattle Seahawks seemingly couldn’t ask for a better opponent to start the season against. The Seattle defense, which already looks to be in midseason form, has to be licking its chops for the season opener Sunday.
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