Gameday. Hopefully the Cards get a win, and the rest of the NFC West loses this week.
Also, U of A was the only other Arizona team to win last night, the Devils lost and so did the Coyotes.
Old Rivals Have New Look
Cards, Seahawks battle for first place after significant transition
KTAR.com - Seahawks rookie CB Thurmond about to get big test
Walter Thurmond is about to get quite the indoctrination to starting in the NFL: Larry Fitzgerald. Perhaps not surprising considering Thurmond's confident nature,the rookie is looking forward to it.
Seahawks | Arizona rookie quarterback Max Hall will face tough test at noisy Qwest Field | Seattle Times Newspaper
Lofa Tatupu almost sounds sympathetic. The Pro Bowl linebacker understands the difficult task Arizona quarterback Max Hall has Sunday when he tries to communicate with teammates at Qwest Field.
Cardinals report (10.22): Hall, passing game will play big role vs. Seahawks
The Cardinals have struggled in almost every statistical category this year, but one area in which they might find success against Seattle is the passing game. The Seahawks’ pass defense currently ranks 30th in the NFL, allowing over 290 yards per game.
Cardinals-Seahawks preview: All that matters is first place
Sometimes the storyline is simple. That’s the case with Cardinals’ game Sunday at Seattle.
No Hayes, Schofield this week
The Cardinals did not activate linebackers Gerald Hayes or O’Brien Schofield this week — the deadline to bring them off the physically-unable-to-perform list and the reserve/non-football injury list, respectively, was 1 p.m. Saturday — so neither will be playing Sunday in Seattle. It’s really no surprise. Schofield in particular wasn’t ready. Hayes certainly hasn’t had much practice time, not with back problems/surgery that had kept him off the practice field since before the playoff game in New Orleans in January. Waiting an extra week isn’t a surprise.
NFL Videos: Week 7: Cardinals vs. Seahawks Preview
Arizona travels to the Pacific Northwest to take on the Seattle Seahawks in a NFC West showdown.
Winning Weird: Cardinals in first place at 3-2, but stats ask the question HOW? - Phoenix arizona cardinals | Examiner.com
The Arizona Cardinals are in a first place tie with the Seattle Seahawks with a 3-2 record. However, a quick look at the team's statistics and performances in those five games would beg the question "how did they do it"?
Arizona Cardinals ready for Seattle test
At their core, the Cardinals and Seahawks don't seem to have much in common.
Kyle Turris helps Phoenix Coyotes salvage one point in 4-3 overtime loss to Carolina Hurricanes
The spark that Kyle Turris was looking for seemed to come out of nowhere.
Riley, Vereen lead California to rout of Arizona State
The Sun Devils walked off the field in the rain, their heads lowered. Receiver Gerell Robinson raised his hands as if to say, "What just happened?"
Grigsby, Antolin lead Arizona Wildcats to 44-14 rout of Washington Huskies
Nic Grigsby and Keola Antolin ran for two touchdowns apiece, Matt Scott had no trouble replacing Nick Foles and No. 15 Arizona easily handled up-and-down Washington 44-14 Saturday night.
Biggest NFL games of Week 7 -- John Clayton - ESPN
Seven weeks into the season, no true No. 1 team has emerged in the NFC.
Wet weather and other Week 7 notes - NFC West Blog - ESPN
For the second time this season, weather forecasters are calling for a 100 percent chance of precipitation during a Seattle Seahawks game at Qwest Field.
Seahawks' Mike Williams getting noticed because "I was so bad" | ProFootballTalk.com
Seahawks receiver Mike Williams is getting a lot of credit this week after his 10-catch, 123-yard performance in a win over the Bears. But Williams, whom the Lions selected with the 10th pick in the 2005 draft, says the real reason he's getting so much credit is that everyone had written him off as a draft bust years ago.
Games from bizarre to must-win dot Week 7 storylines - John P. Lopez - SI.com
There's something for everybody when looking at Week 7's dominant storylines