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(Seattle) Nov. 23, 2014 – Seattle Seahawks (6-4) face the NFL’s league leading Arizona Cardinals (9-1)

(Seattle) Nov. 23, 2014 – The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks have struggled this season having a 6-4 record going into their match against the League leading 9-1 Arizona Cardinals.  While the “Legion of Boom” Seahawks defense has held their own for the majority of the season, their offense has not been able to tally point on the scoreboard to help the Seahawks contend in a series of close-game losses.  Nonetheless, at a time when the Seahawks need every advantage that they can get to stay in  contention for the playoffs (they are currently second in NFC West), playing at home at Centurylink  Field with the 12th-Man’s voice backing the fieldplay can only help the once-dominant ‘Hawks.

Also, while the rest of the country deals with a bone-chilling freeze, it’s dry and unseasonably warm at 50F in Seattle as the game goes into kickoff now.   Let’s hope the Seahawks find their wheelhouse-identity in this key game and that they find some cohesiveness to tally more “W’s” in the remainder of this season to stay in contention to keep the Lombardi Cup here in Seattle for another year.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette (83) runs for huge gain during a punt return against Arizona Cardinals punter Drew Butler (R) at Centurylink Field in Seattle, Nov. 23, 2014.  Photo © Anthony Bolante, The Image Arsenal LLC, 2014

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette (83) runs for huge gain during a punt return against Arizona Cardinals punter Drew Butler (R) at Centurylink Field in Seattle, Nov. 23, 2014. Photo © Anthony Bolante, The Image Arsenal LLC, 2014

 

Photo © Anthony Bolante, The Image Arsenal LLC, 2014

Seattle Seahawks fans (left to right) Jen Ledbetter, Gina Rae Vinson and Brandon Schouten hoot it up as the Seahawks defeat the NFL League leading Arizona Cardinals 19-3 at Centurylink Field in Seattle, Nov. 23, 2014. Photo © Anthony Bolante, The Image Arsenal LLC, 2014

Story and photos by Anthony Bolante/www.TheImageArsenal.com    Twitter:  @TheImageArsenal


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