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Arizona Cardinals quarterbacks against the Seattle Seahawks

What have the Cardinals quarterbacks done against the Seahawks?

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Since the hiring of Bruce Arians, the Arizona Cardinals were always in a battle with the Seattle Seahawks.

The Seahawks sat atop the NFC West, the Cardinals inspired to not only topple the Seahawks within the division, but become a similar if not greater force than them within the NFC.

It started with beating Seattle and in Bruce Arians tenure, without Carson Palmer, that has been an impossible task.

Blake Murphy tweeted out some great info on the matchups and the importance of Carson Palmer in them.

Those numbers are not great, but the 3-2-1 record is good.

Eight interceptions are not as bad when you remember that one of those games is a four interception game, where the Cardinals still won.

Meanwhile, the quarterbacks not named Palmer have been downright wretched...

That is all good information, but what is the best information and something I hit on in my conversation with Field Gulls from yesterday, is that Arians really doesn’t change his plan of attack depending on the quarterback.

Arians is Bruce Arians.

He just needs Drew Stanton to be more Carson Palmer than Drew Stanton if the Cardinals are going to win their first game in the Arians era against the Seahawks without Palmer at quarterback.