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Seattle's Russell Wilson too much for Cardinals to handle
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson beat the Arizona Cardinals with his feet, arm and wits.

Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks at University of Phoenix Stadium
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson runs away from Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu during NFL action at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. December 21, 2014.

Cardinals Blogs | Why Warner isn’t/wasn’t an option
After all the talk about Kurt Warner and can he come back and hey, maybe he’s even thought about coming back, bottom line, he can’t.

Cardinals Blogs | Keim: Fitzgerald cap number “baked in”
We take a moment to look beyond last night’s ugliness against the Seahawks to talk Larry Fitzgerald. Or more specifically, Fitzgerald’s future.

Cardinals Blogs | Seahawks aftermath

Lindley talked about watching the video and correcting what was wrong, and he definitely needs more of a run game to help him, but it is hard to see how he played out there against the Seahawks translating into a ton of postseason success if he needs to play. Then again, no one with the Cardinals is naïve.

Top 10 shots: Cardinals-Seahawks

Top images from the game between the Seahawks and Cardinals in Sunday night

Cards Daily - Thomas time

Lisa Blanco brings you Monday's headlines following a 35-6 loss on Sunday to Seattle.

Arians: 'It's not the end of the world for us'

Bruce Arians talks after the Cardinals lose 35-6 to the Seahawks on Sunday.

Cardinals Steve Keim says the team wants Larry Fitzgerald to stay

The Cardinals have "baked in" receiver Larry Fitzgerald's 2015 salary cap figure of $23.6 million into their budget, said General Manager Steve Keim.

Cardinals rewind: What we learned from loss to Seahawks

Cardinals insider Kent Somers' overview of the game against Seattle.

Arizona Cardinals need a world of help to get top seed

The Cardinals can still lock up the top seed in the playoffs — and the homefield advantage through the Super Bowl that would come with it — but a lot of other scenarios have to play out as well.