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10 things we learned as the Seahawks clocked the Cardinals for first place

The NFL week got off to a great start as teams in the lead in the West met with the Seattle Seahawks edging the Arizona Cardinals, 28-21. It was Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson in a rematch of a Week 7 game that went to overtime with the Cardinals winning.

In case you forgot one of the most memorable plays in that contest, watch again as DK Metcalf runs down Budda Baker, who thought he was headed for a pick-six.

Carlos Hyde
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Moving on to NFL Week 11. Let’s start with the visitors.

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Arizona Cardinals

Kyle Murray Has Plenty of Moves

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TD or Not TD?

Kenyan Drake smelled the end zone and stretched the ball for it. The play was first ruled a fumble recovery but after the obligatory review, the call was reversed and Arizona had its first TD.

Dan Arnold Finds the End Zone

The Cardinals have many receiving threats but Dan Arnold isn’t at the top of the list. Still, the tight end managed to get open and find his way to six points.

Fordham’s Edmonds Was Wide, Wide-Open

The Seahawks went after Murray with a vengeance. They were not able to get to the quarterback, who found Chase Edmonds in the end zone. There wasn’t anyone in the same area code as the Cardinals’ RB.

Seattle Seahawks

Guess who caught a TD pass? DK Metcalf, That’s Who

 

Wilson’s second TD throw

Wilson found Tyler Lockett to give Seattle the lead in the second quarter.

Carlos Hyde Staggers Patrick Peterson

Carlos Hyde drilled Patrick Peterson while heading for the goal line and wound up with the score in the third quarter.

Ex-Bengal Carlos Dunlap with the Sack to End it

Seahawks are in First Place

For now, the Seattle Seahawks are in first place in the NFC West. Arizona drops a game back and the 6-3 Los Angeles Rams play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday. Check out the next four games for Russell Wilson & Co.

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