The Arizona Cardinals play in Seattle today. Can they get a win? I collected a series of preview links about the game on Sunday, and then what is going on around the NFL.
#ThrowbackThursday: The upset in Seattle
Images of last year's memorable victory over the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field
Get to know the Seahawks
Images of key players for this week's opponent, the Seahawks
Coming Soon: Cardinals at Seahawks
The game trailer for Sunday's divisional matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
Arizona Cardinals' run game still looking for answers - ESPN
"I wouldn’t say we’re struggling, I don’t like to use that word," second-year running back Andre Ellington said. "But we haven’t gotten our rhythm yet -- a lot of that is kinda on me. My timing with the offensive line is a little off now, because I’m not able to go out there on the physical day of the week."
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"That’s not the way I saw myself moving up, but (coach Bruce Arians) always says the most important man is the next man up," Fells said. "I’m just excited to be able to get back out there and do my role."
Peter Schrager discusses why the Arizona Cardinals will continue their good form as they travel to CenturyLink Field this Sunday to face the Seattle Seahawks.
The NFC West gets serious as the Cardinals travel to Seattle to protect their lead in the division as Mike Alessandrini gives the highlights of the game.
In a season that featured 10 of them, it was really the win that defined a season.
Just because the teams the stations cover may be rivals does not mean those who cover the teams are.
Retired defensive end Stephen White previews the biggest game in the NFC this week.
The 49ers have been hoarding draft picks like a survivalist and canned goods. It's also what gives them an edge when the injury bug bites, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.
Facing an 0-11 start, the Raiders needed a little divine intervention. Fortunately they had an ace in the hole.
Would you rather have a sometimes-controversial player who's fun to watch or robot who says all the right things after a game?
The All-Pro explained his side of the story and how he foresees his journey back onto an NFL field one day.
He used the ol' "my cell phone died" line.
Get up to date with Friday's latest injury reports.